Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.
1911 Thumb Safety – Mil-Spec Replacement Thumb Safety for the 1911 Pistol

1911 Thumb Safety

$12.95
1 Review(s)

(Out of stock)

1911 Thumb Safety

Prior to its development, the United States Military mandated that the M1911 have both a grip safety and a manual safety – seems I am not the only one that realizes the importance of firearm safety.  In addition to the sear disconnect, which prevents the pistol from discharging while out of battery, some 1911s even include firing pin blocks to ensure safety. Now, in an effort to stress the important of firearm safety – and to amass a collection of spare part for the 1911 – Keepshooting.com carries the 1911 thumb safety.


The 1911 thumb safety is the result of that mandate for a manual safety I mentioned a few lines up. In the 1911 pistol, the thumb safety inhibits any movement of the sear, thus keeping the pistol from discharging. Show everyone that you are serious about safety by picking up a spare 1911 thumb safety today.

SKU:  1911ST

Category:1911 Parts

Availability: Out of Stock

$12.95


Overall Average Rating:
1 review
  • Date - Newest First
  • Date - Newest First
  • Date - Latest First
  • Highest Rated
  • Lowest Rated
  • Most Helpful

1 Item(s)

RemMax 5/2/2013 5/2/201310:34 AM
  • Price:
  • Value:
  • Quality:
One part ya Gotta have!
The importance of this part is obvious.
Whether you are replacing a worn out factory part or replacing a aftermarket unit back to stock I recommend you have a gun smith at least check this installation of this part.
It's not hard to put in but sometimes it needs a slight bit of fitting to bet it working right.
Obviously I can't stress the importance of this part working correctly.
Definitely recommend having a gunsmith install it for you.
(most gunsmiths will install it for you for $10 to $15.00) Well worth it considering the function of this part and the potential damage if it's installed wrong or worn out.
RemMax
0
0

1 Item(s)

What kind of abuse are you reporting?
Please, wait...