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American Tactical Imports ATI FX Titan 1911 .45ACP 3 inch 7rd

American Tactical Imports ATI FX Titan 1911 .45ACP 3 inch 7rd

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Quick Overview
Despite its impressive name, this variant is smaller than the standard ATI FX45 1911. It%u2019s meant for concealed carry due to the hammer design, smooth rear sights, and shorter barrel. The chrome trigger adds a bit of flash to the otherwise matte black finish and mahogany grips.

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Why did you choose this?
GrabAGun Store
Good value
Gregory S on Dec 13, 2018
great buy
Joesph H on Oct 8, 2018
Good value
Gregory S on Dec 13, 2018
Great price information from the web
Jessie B on Oct 15, 2018
great buy
Joesph H on Oct 8, 2018
ATI HARD TO FIND
BRENDAN B on Aug 3, 2018
I saw nothing bad on reviews I hope this pistol is as reliable as my full size ati pistol
james s on Jul 21, 2018
Great price information from the web
Jessie B on Oct 15, 2018
ATI HARD TO FIND
BRENDAN B on Aug 3, 2018
What comes in the box?
Dustin on Nov 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The gun a single magazine and a lock.
The gun works fabulously. I purchased 3 Colt magazines for it and they work great. I previously purchased 3 mags from e bay and they did not fit so stick with the colt mags.
This gun is worth every dime.
4.6 / 5.0
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VG Quality at The Price
Frankly, the quality and operation are better than a similar Colt manufacture.

Nice smooth action. Looks good, handles very well. Gets the job done.
June 16, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Good gun, but be informed
I have always wanted a .45 1911 model. I had a Glock .36 but, to be honest, I never liked it. I came across the ATI FX Titan .45 by accident. I liked the way it looked and it was priced right at $409. I was offered $200 for my Gen 2 Glock 36. The investment was small, with great potential rewards.

I read the reviews. Hit or miss. For some it worked great, for others it was terrible. I took the chance, bought it, and took it to the range. Fired it right out of the box, which I usually don't do, but I wanted a baseline.

First impressions: spot on accurate at 12 yards, right through the center of the small silhouette in the corner of a silhouette target with the first shot. Everything else was in the 9-10 ring, all head shots landed (all at 12 yards). Sights were spot on. Groups were tight. I was impressed with the accuracy and sight alignment.

However, after recoil, the next round consistently did not feed and the slide stayed open. I fired about 200 rounds. Failure to feed rate was over 50% (just being honest). Either the slide did not chamber the next round, or the round got hung up on the feed ramp (especially the hollow-point ammo).

Several times the slide chambered the next round, but did not go all the way forward, preventing me from shooting or going "cocked and locked," as the safety would not engage. I needed to pull the slide back ever-so-slightly and give it a hard push to move it all the way forward.

The gun appeared to not like hollow-point ammo at all. I tried three different kinds. The performance with hollow points was unreliable, eliminating it as a CC protection weapon for now.

I did some online research to see if there was a fix. I found that people had a great experience right out of the box or had significant problems, like me. They offered two remedies: replace the magazine, replace to the guide rod/recoil spring assembly, or both.

I did not notice much tension on the factory recoil spring. I had initial concerns with that when I first shot it. I wonder if it was too weak to "push" the next rounds out of the magazine, up the feed ramp, and into the chamber. Two replacements were recommended: the guide rod/spring assembly from the Colt Defender or the Kimber Ultra. I went with the Kimber. If you do you'll need to retain the ATI spring bushing because they don't match. I also ordered a new magazine. The rod/spring was $50, the magazine $15.

After a good cleaning, I took it out to shoot with the Kimber rod/spring assembly. 8 full magazines, 56 rounds, not a single mishap (aimed shots, double-taps, rapid fire). However, I did use all hardball ammo. I also used the factory magazine, as I had not received the new one yet. Still, no performance issues. I will try the new magazine when it gets here and the hollow-points next. Some folks reported that the rod/spring replacement solved all of their feed problems.

I don't (yet) have 100% confidence in it as a carry weapon with hollow-point ammo, since I have not tried it with this new adaptation. I would, however, feel very confident with hardball ammo.

All in all, for a $275 dollar investment, I am satisfied with the performance of this weapon. I think it's well constructed and rugged. Nothing feels chintzy. I am feeling some confidence that the hollow-point ammo issues may be solved with the changes made to parts. I'll come back and update.

Good gun for the price (especially since my investment was only $275), and the performance was stellar. Knowing the potential issues (some had them, some didn't), I would recommend this gun to a friend. It's a good gun, just be aware that you may have no problems (as others have said) or you may have the problems I had. Even if I had paid full price and had to add $75 for the modifications, I would say it was worth it. Good luck!
April 22, 2019
A1
Most accurate 1911 I own. Light trigger pull.
December 26, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Very nice 1911
This is a very nice compact 1911 for the money. It may not be a colt but still just as good as any Rock island or Remington. Makes a good ccw if you dont mind the weight being an all steel pistol. Make sure to give it a good cleaning because it comes packed in a lot of oil/grease.
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November 7, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
ATI. 45 cal
Great hun god the price
November 4, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Just what I was looking for
Read alot of reviews on this gun and people said that they don't run. Most of the reviews take the gun to the range from the store and shoot. This weapon justs needs a good cleaning before shooting. Put 50 rds thru the first day and no hickups. Another 100 and still not the first problem. A great starter gun with a great price point. Would reccomend to any friend or low budget 1911 shooter.
November 4, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
For a compact 1911 works good compact 1911s are ok the 1911 was designed to be full size try a kimber mags
November 4, 2018
Purchased
over 4 years ago
I'm happy with it I cleaned it and took it to the range no problems.
September 9, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Grapevine experience
From my experience dealing with Grabagun the customer service is great and shipping is fast look forward to doing business with them in the future
September 7, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Shoots good
A bit heavy but not bad.
September 4, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Description

Details

ATI Firepower Xtreme .45ACP caliber 1911 pistol series from Shooters Arms Manufacturing in the Philippines. Available in 5 different models, from classic military, competition and bull barrel designs, the FX 1911 series features all steel parts, solid mahogany grips and a price point that wont break the bank. Compatible with many different brands of 1911 magazine, the FX series is certain to have the 1911 pistol enthusiast set for hours of satisfactory shooting.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer American Tactical Imports
SKU GAG_ATATIGFX45TIBI
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber .45 ACP
UPC 813393012785
Model FX45 Titan
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number ATIGFX45TIBI
Accessories No
Barrel Length 3
Finish Per Color Blued
Capacity 7
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No