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  • Thompson TC Review

    M1911.ORG Looks at Another Venerable Name in American Firearms

    M1911.ORG, Volume 9 - 2014, Issue 1 | By Editor

    Like a number of company names in the U.S. firearms industry, the Auto-Ordnance name has been around for a comparatively long time. Some of the names are simply old names bought up and slapped on new, recently-created companies. Others are old names whose companies essentially went belly up and the name has been brought back in front of a new company. A relatively few of the more famous names have actually been in existence since the founding of the companies. One of these is Auto-Ordnance Corporation, makers of the famous Thompson (“Tommy Gun”) submachine gun.
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  • Thompson Model 1911TC

    Handguns, Feb/March 2014 | By Stan Trzoniec | Page 58 & 59

    You would think that with all of the new cartridges, defensive handguns and new equipment out there, we wouldn’t really need another 1911 in .45 ACP. But with the recent stream of firearms going out to consumers, and the companies working almost 24/7 right now to fulfill the need, there’s room for more.
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  • 1911 SHOOTOUT

    We ordered in seven basic, full-size, affordable 1911s and put them through a head-to-head shootout to find out which ones are the best buys. Here’s how they rate.

    Shooting Times, February 2014 | By By Paul Scarlata | Page 27 ~ 34

    I have been involved in the shooting sports for longer than I care to admit. In that time I have come to two ironclad conclusions about American shooters: No. 1. They love 1911 pistols. No. 2 They crave a good deal. Now, this may come as a shock to some of our younger readers, but when I bought my first 1911 I had a choice of buying a Colt or … buying a Colt. At that time Colt was the only manufacturer (other than some foreign military arsenals) making 1911 pistols.
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  • TRUE VALUE

    The Auto-Ordnance 1911TC stainless steel .45 ACP is reliable and accurate.

    Guns Magazine, December 2013 | By John Taffin | Page 40 ~ 46

    The latest 1911 .45 Automatic Colt Pistol from Auto-Ordnance is the Model 1911TC Custom Model. Whereas my original Auto-Ordnance is a basic no-frills, military finished Government-style .45, this latest iteration of the 1911 from Auto-Ordnance definitely rates the title of Custom Model. The frame and slide are satin stainless steel instead of matte finish blue and virtually everything else on this exceptionally good-looking pistol is a departure from the original.
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