Iver Johnson Arms Eagle

Iver Johnson Arms Eagle green left

Iver Johnson Arms Eagle polished left

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for Iver Johnson Arms’ Eagle pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

Iver Johnson Arms‘ Eagle is a full-size, 1911 Series 70-style semiauto pistol built on a cast steel frame with a forged, CNC-machined slide. It’s chambered in .45 ACP or 9mm. Other features include:

  • A millet, white outline, fully adjustable rear sight;

    The polished black model.
    The polished black model.
  • a dovetailed front sight;
  • a beveled magwell;
  • a skeleton hammer;
  • wood grips;
  • a three-hole trigger;
  • a lowered and flared ejection port;
  • angled front and rear serrations on the slide;
  • a beavertail grip safety with a memory cut;
  • an extended slide stop and thumb safety.

Numerous finishes are available, including blued, polished blue, matte black and cerakote OD green, coyote tan or pink. The controls are black. Each gun comes with a magazine that has a removable floor plate for easy cleaning, a gun lock, a manual and black plastic gun case.

Iver Johnson says these guns are assembled in the Philippines by Shooters Arms Manufacturing according to Iver’s spec and design, and using Iver’s selected parts.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Weight
.45 ACP 7+1, 8+1 5″ 8.75″ n/a 38.4 oz.
9mm 9+1 5″ 8.75″ n/a 38.4 oz.

MSRP: $675 (matte black)
MSRP: $756 (OD green, coyote tan)
MSRP: $729 (polished)

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The coyote tan model.
The coyote tan model.
The matte black model.
The matte black model.
The OD green model.
The OD green model.

1 comment

  1. Picked up a Iver Johnson EAGLE three weeks ago and I can’t stop shooting it. I have two other 1911’s that’s cost a tidy sum more then this little jewel. I have shot 4 different brands of ammo for a total of 700 rounds in three different brands of magazines with ZERO fail to fire of any sort. Hand held at 25 yards hitting clays is child’s play. No matter how much or hard you shake this gun it will not rattle and have doesn’t need a trigger job or springs changed out.

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