SilencerCo may have just released the ultimate custom suppressed 1911 set (3 PHOTOS)

The matching set includes twin custom Nighthawk 1911s with a pair of matching SilencerCo Summit edition Osprey 45K cans that make pretty good gun pr0n if noting else.

The .45s themselves are pretty fly, machined in-house by Nighthawk from solid billet with custom front and rear slide serrations, 20 LPI checkering on the front strap and frame and Heinie Tritium suppressor height (duh) night sights.

SilencerCo may have just released the ultimate custom suppressed 1911 set3

Of course, they are suppressor-ready with threaded .578×28 TPI barrels and thread protectors. Both the guns and the mufflers are coated in matching Robar NP3 Finish. The whole package comes wrapped up in a sweet felt-lined wooden display case– because the guy that picks these up is likely going to want to show them off.

The production run is limited to just 25 sets so the likelihood of bumping into another bro on the range with the same swag is pretty low.

SilencerCo may have just released the ultimate custom suppressed 1911 set3
The downside? $13,500 for the set.

You gotta pay to play.

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