This NORINCO (China North Industries Group Corporation Limited) .45 1911A1 clone belongs to a friend of mine, he dropped it of to me for a little show and tell.
This 1911 is not available for import in the United States any longer but I thought it would be a cool gun to take a look at. In this video I discuss this pistol and take it apart to show the machining marks inside. All shooting was filmed at the Buffalo Rifle and Pistol Range in KY.


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Thanks to Greg Wilson and his daughter Megan for providing the banjo music. –

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