Predator Tactical Night Shrike 1911 Pistol

Predator Tactical’s Night Shrike is a compact, lightweight and high-end custom 1911 pistol.

It features a 4″ ultra-match barrel, aluminum short rail frame, tactical rail, adjustable or fixed rear sights, front night sight, front & rear serrations and high grip beavertail. Predator Tactical uses Wilson Combat’s Bullet Proof line of 1911 parts. The gun is zeroed at the factory and must pass a 100 round test firing with 100% reliability before it is shipped

Included with the gun is one complete refinishing, an one hour of training in Arizona by the Predator team and lifetime of servicing on all parts except the frame (one year service policy on the frame).

So how much will all of this set you back? It starts at $3,950!



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Sian

    one hour training?

  • Marc

    “Predator Tactical Night Shrike” with “ultra-match” barrel?

    Reminds me of this:

  • Ramsey

    That is the first 1911 I have seen in a while that is greater than the sum of its parts. I would wear that thing with as much pride as a Rolex.

  • Bobby Hunter

    Pay four thousand dollars for a 1911? Not me. I will never understand the fascination with these things. Why would I deliberately ignore 100 years of innovation and carry a relic instead? Dressing up a 1911 is like putting chrome wheels on a model T Ford. I just don’t get it.

    I like the 1911 but only as a historical curiosity that is fun to take out and shoot occasionally. Like Tokarevs and WWI rifles and such.

  • Bobby Hunter

    Ha! I just watched the youtube video. That guy is incredibly talented.

  • me

    Ramsey, I can’t tell if you’re being serious or not.

  • ….ummmm, “front and rear serrations”????

    I don’t see any front slide serrations in the photo.

    Also, $4K for a carry pistol without a “melt job”? WTF, Over?

    I don’t think so.

    Back in the Day, I had a Colt Commander in Satin Nickel, with two-tone gross-checkered grips. I paid $225 for it in 1975, and, STUPIDLY, sold it.

    It was as much gun as this piece.

    Rivrdog