Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the Carolina Arms Group’s Trenton pistols.
The Carolina Arms Group Trenton is a 1911-style pistol built on either a forged carbon steel frame with a black PVD DLC finish, or a forged stainless steel frame with a stainless finish. It’s chambered in .45 ACP. Other features include:
- Either a forged carbon steel slide with a black PVD DLC finish, or a forged stainless steel slide with a stainless finish;
- a Kart Precision barrel with matched, hand-fit machined bushings;
- a hand-lapped fit between the frame and slide;
- a custom chainlink machined main spring housing and front strap;
- a machined, wide-ride beavertail grip safety blended to match the frame;
- a dovetailed Dawson Precision fiber-optic front sight;
- a dovetailed Dawson Precision low-profile rear sight;
- angled rear slide grip serrations;
- a left-side extended thumb safety 1/1,000″ wider than standard (an ambidextrous safety is optional);
- a wire EDM hammer, sear and disconnector;
- an adjustable aluminum trigger;
- a machined slide stop;
- custom VZ grips; and
- a crisp 4-lb. trigger pull.
The Trenton ships with a range bag and two eight-round magazines. Carolina Arms Group guarantees it will shoot a 1.5″ group at 25 yards.
The company named the gun for the Battle of Trenton in 1776.
|.45 ACP||8+1||5″||8.7″||5.5″ (90° to barrel)||42 oz. w/empty mag|
MSRP: $3,710 (black)
MSRP: $4,025 (stainless)
MSRP: $3,800 (twotone)
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