.45 Automatic


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"Classic blend of power and accuracy"

The .45 Automatic pistol is based on the real life Colt M1911A1 handgun designed by the famous John Moses Browning. The weapon‘s original version, simply M1911, was adopted as the standard sidearm of the United States Military in 1911, with the A1 variant replacing it beginning in 1924. It was replaced in U.S. Service by the Beretta M9 in 1985 and while seen as outdated by some, is widely regarded as the most popular and influential semi-automatic handgun of all time, and is still quite common around the world with soldiers, law enforcement, and civilians.

In the 1983 movie Scarface it is used by many characters including protagonist Tony Montana, also, in the beginning of the video game Scarface: The World Is Yours it is Montana's first firearm after he returns to Miami (although gangs in Little Havana and Downtown use the weaker .38 Automatic), in the game it costs $300 from an arms dealer, ammo costs $50 each clip and is the second best handgun, second only to the Deagle.

The .45 Automatic can be modded with a silencer, in game it costs $50,000. It attracts less police attention, which is useful in turf wars.

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