Wilson Combat re-designed and flawlessly CNC machined from hardened, billet tool steel, the button of our Bullet Proof® Tactical Magazine Release is slightly extended 1/16” over a stock part for fast, smooth operation and is equally suited for competition or carry. Perfectly checkered at 30 LPI for non-slip activation and engineered to maximum drop-in tolerances, this easy upgrade will improve the feel and performance of any 1911 pattern pistol. Available in chromoly (blued) or stainless steel. Magazine catch lock and spring not included.
Minor fitting may be required.
In the world of high-performance handguns, Wilson Combat® Bullet Proof® parts stand alone for performance, construction and value. All Wilson Combat® Bullet Proof® parts are CNC machined from solid steel billets and precisely engineered for an absolutely perfect fit-no cheap castings or inferior, imported injection molded parts will ever wear the Bullet Proof® name.
Wilson Combat® Bullet Proof® Parts Have Been Engineered To Be The Highest Quality, Most User Friendly And Toughest 1911 Parts Available
Bullet Proof® Parts Are CNC Machined From Billets Of The Finest American Tool Steels To An Exacting Set Of Stringent Tolerances And Proprietary Specifications Like All 1911 Parts Were Intended To Be
All Bullet Proof® Parts Are Guaranteed From Defects Or Breakage Forever, The Best Parts With The Best Guarantee In The Industry
Choose from over fifty Bullet Proof® parts to complete your dream custom 1911.
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|I am VERY satisfied||9/12/2019|
|I purchased this magazine release for my Springfield Professional 1911 because the original release was just too low(short) in my opinion. And even though my pistol is ALL "Black T" finish, I bought the stainless release just to be different, and to match up with the barrel bushing. I absolutely LOVE how this Stainless button looks and functions in my Springfield Professional. The height & checkering is PERFECT, in my opinion. Very positive mag engagement, going in. Press the button, magazine comes "flyin" out, consistently. I would definitely do this upgrade again on any 1911. NO fitting needed on "my" SA. It was a 2-minute, "drop in", r & r job, on "my" pistol.|
|- REGINALD OLEARY, CA|
|Get this, not the Concealment||2/9/2018|
|I tried the Concealment release first. Too smooth, shallow checkering. Wilson sent me the Tactical, perfect in my SS Combat Commander.|
|- Clark, FL|
|Direct drop in for standard Ruger SR1911||1/21/2015|
|No issues with fitment or transferring over the lock spring from the factory mag release.|
|Reload most wanted.||7/10/2014|
|Another great product from the combat guys. Perfect fit and looks nice!|
|- Jonathan Viera, FL|
|RE sig1911 tacops||8/17/2013|
|i installed light weight mag release spring and the new bullet proof mag release works amazing! very pleased..|
|- elias, NY|
|sig 1911 tacops||8/12/2013|
|installed this piece into th sig it fit but kinda of tight..i installed the original mag release spring and it requires some effort to eject mags but the mags do sit well in the frame..i decided to order a lighter weight mag release spring so lets see how the pressure feels..|
|- elias, NY|
|RIA 1911-A1 CS PRODJECT||1/19/2012|
|Just got the rest of my parts in.Just installed this mag release.Droped in just fine.Looks and performes great!!Will be having my gunsmith at work installing the rest.When he is finished I will report back. Thanks again WC.|
|Just long enough...||1/10/2012|
|This magazine release is amazing. Fits my SA TRP SS perfectly. It makes releasing the magazine much easier. I am also experimenting with a weaker spring and like the results so far.|
|Who would think||12/22/2011|
|Okay, so honestly the only reason I bought this was to have all Bullet Proof parts on my 1911.... I have to say I was blown away by the feel of this mag release... I gives you a very positive Mag seat in the gun. Thanks WC for top quality parts!!!|
|- Robert Upegui, MN|
|Bought this to replace the MIM part on my Kimber Ultra CDP II. It was drop in and feels outstanding. Magazines take a little extra muscle to seat into the pistol, but Id rather have piece of mind than a magazine release that could break. Does not come with inner workings. spring, frame catch|