Advanced Armament Corp.’s First Branded Pistol

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AcuSport are the exclusive distributor of an AAC first branded Remington 1911 R1 / Tirant45 suppressor package.

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The package comes with a Pelican case, Tirant45 suppressor, two magazines and a Remington 1911 R1 with Grey VZ “Grenade” AAC logo grips, threaded barrel and AAC branding on the slide. The MSRP is $2,261.

AcuSport® announces an exciting new addition to their inventory lineup, compliments of Advanced Armament Corp®. (AAC). This unique product offers an AAC marked pistol based on the popular Remington® 1911 R1 platform, which includes an enhanced threaded pistol and silencer. This marks the first time in industry history that a pistol and silencer have been paired together as a packaged kit. First shipments have arrived at AcuSport and are available to ship to independent retailers nationwide. The pistol package is an AcuSport exclusive, available to Class III retailers. All NFA rules apply to the purchase of this product.

The accuracy and reliability of the 1911 have been enhanced by the features this product exhibits. End consumers will be happy to know that this silencer and pistol combination is equipped with a Pelican case with custom cut foam, a Tirant45 silencer and (2) two magazines. The product also features high sites, a black threaded barrel, custom Grey VZ “Grenade” AAC logo grips, the Skull Xguns logo on the right side of the slide and “Advanced Armament Corp” on the left side. Attached is an overview sheet with specifications about this exclusive product.

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  • Austin

    On the one hand: Awesome. On the other hand: I’m a bit tired of everyone and their freaking grandmother selling a branded 1911. Just once, I want to see a company sell a branded Walther P38, complete with suppressor, night sights, laser, and light.

    • Samuel Suggs

      I am up for anyone brave enough to introduce a full size duty pistol with a non browning action.

      • Matt

        Other than Beretta?

        • Samuel Suggs

          well I was thinking a new non browing action pistol their have been fulll size duty pisols that used roller delayed blowback in the past but I am no real excited about the mechanism I should have been more specific

      • Mystick

        That’s going to be difficult since JMB prototyped, with few exceptions, virtually every modern firearm… if you look hard, the modern “innovations” are simply refinements on a theme that was trailblazed by John Moses Browning.

        • Samuel Suggs

          I was referring to tilting barrel pistol action commonly referred to as “the browning pistol action” because it was used in the majority of his semi-automatic pistols with the exception of the colt Woodsman and a few others. also there are many modes of mechanical operation that have nothing to do with JMB

    • Ben 10

      don’t forget the 33 round magazine.

      • Samuel Suggs

        what is with you and 33 round magazines? I mean be honest is this how you carry your gun :) I know you guys dont have CCW in the Philipines yet but I hope you will get their

  • Jeff Sandmire

    Crying shame they used the Remington, any other pistol and I might consider buying one. Won’t touch any product made by Freedom Group, period.

    • Samuel Suggs

      Um why?

      • Jeff Sandmire

        Because Freedom Group refuses and outright said so to the shooting public, to move OUT of the Communist State of New York.
        Until they act like a Pro 2A company I won’t give them my money.

        • Samuel Suggs

          there a conglomerate they have companys scattered around the country, also I hink you mean just remington becuase they remain in new york becuase of these centimental reasons https://www.nationalreview.com/nrd/articles/352184/remington-usa they help us keep our rights and they make guns thats all that matters we cant afford frivilouse boycotting. they only maybe hurt themselves bye tending and keeping a facility in new york!

          • Jeff Sandmire

            My choice not to give my money to a sellout corporate entity, lets not forget their sweet 80 million dollar deal with DOD, either.
            Remington
            DPMS
            PARA USA
            BushMaster
            Advanced Armament(yeah, that is why they used the Remington, go figure)
            REMINGTON
            BUSHMASTER
            REMINGTON MILITARY
            REMINGTON LE
            MARLIN FIREARMS
            H&R 1871
            DAKOTA ARMS
            TAPCO
            DPMS / Panther Arms
            PARKER GUNMAKERS
            BARNES BULLETS
            ADVANCED ARMAMENT
            PARA USA
            REMINGTON PMPD
            MOUNTAIN KHAKIS

          • Samuel Suggs

            yes they got a massive government contract yes the DOD could be brought agianst us in the future but how is that their fault and how are they sellouts, they make products using a long list of proxy companys most of which gladly and enthusisastically sell guns and variouse other items of force to civilians why dose their decsion not to force Remington out of Ilion hurt anyone but them and yeah it was the remington heads decsion to stay in new york not Freedom Groups and they chose to do so becuase of an irrational attachment to Ilion NY not so they could arm some bloomberg obama communist revolution and sell us down the road. I hate unions but that dosent mean I hate companys that allow them to hamper their every move

          • Samuel Suggs

            so yes to the random hate boner for big biz question right?

          • Jeff Sandmire

            I have nothing against big business, I have a problem with Hypocrisy, You can’t claim to be Pro 2A and stay in Ilion, NY after Cuomo cut the nuts off firearms, and take money from Obama it doesn’t work that way. Companies that have values and stick by them, no matter what.
            Plenty of other manufacturers that have been in their locations in CT, MD, adn other places are pulling up their entire operations adn moving to 2A friendly states, standing for teh principles adn values they claim and backing it up.
            Magpul, after CO passed their moronic magazine law followed through and is making good on the promise to leave CO and take all of their business ( suppliers, transportation, and distribution) with them. Companies are taking a stand and taking their TAX dollars to places that appreciate their businesses and won’t legislate them out of business.

          • Samuel Suggs

            I dont think its a good idea to keep one facility in Ilion I just dont hate them for making an impractical decision that will ultimatly have no effect on their product line

          • jamezb

            I believe the hate boner is for current NY government regulations, however through the psychological process called “Transference”, the hate boner has grown to include the physical land that constitutes NY state, the people of NY, (whether they agree with their state laws or not), and the businesses located there, – even if moving would cost hundreds of people their jobs, make their products unavailable for months or years, and increase the cost of their products as well.

          • floppyscience

            ” even if moving would cost hundreds of people their jobs”

            Not disagreeing, just want to point out that Remington had no problem closing several other factories and firing hundreds of people (maybe close to 1000 now?) before. If NY wasn’t giving them all sorts of financial incentives they’d move somewhere cheaper and leave everyone behind in a heartbeat.

          • Samuel Suggs

            look your mixing remington with freedm group their not the same!

          • floppyscience

            Uh, Freedom Group owns Remington. That’s like saying “you’re mixing Browning with FN, they’re not the same!”

            Nevertheless, if you want to think that Freedom Group isn’t calling Remington’s shots (which they are), Remington still acquired Marlin and H&R, shut the factories down and fired hundreds of people people.

          • Samuel Suggs

            well yes freedom group can call remingtons “SHOTS” but Remington has its own management that only has the ability to suggest things to higher freedom group management and control the activitys of remington designated products employees and facilitys therfore they had nothing to do with the closing of the freeedom group owned plants previously owned bye Marlin.

          • floppyscience

            “we cant afford frivilouse boycotting”

            It isn’t frivolous if the company being boycotted has a long history of buying out other manufacturers, closing their plants, and making crappy overpriced copies of their products at the Remington plant.

            Good manufacturers (like Marlin) are ruined so Cerberus can make a quick buck.

          • Samuel Suggs

            what horrible fate befell Marlin after they where “consumed” bye Cerberus?

          • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

            At least for the first year and a half or so QC was rather bad since hardly any of the old employees moved to work with the new Marlin. It’s gotten better and I hope continues to do so.
            They also cut the product line to a couple of models in the beginning.

          • Samuel Suggs

            any other company and those problems would be blamed on transitional difficulties

          • floppyscience

            Any other company wouldn’t have closed a newly-acquired plant and fired almost 300 just to save a few bucks on manufacturing costs.

          • Samuel Suggs

            yes they totally would of

          • Samuel Suggs

            thats how funtioning capitalistic societys function

          • floppyscience

            …they closed the Marlin plant after 141 years of being in Connecticut, costing 265 people their jobs, and moved production of “Marlin” branded rifles to the Remington plant, where they now get the same shitty attention to quality and QC that Remington gives its other products.

            Why are you so keen on defending Remington if you don’t even know the first thing about its business practices?

          • Samuel Suggs

            I know a great deal about their business practices I just dont disaprove

          • jamezb

            They are working on a huge expansion of their ammo plant in Lonoke, Arkansas…Considering current shortages, that’s a big long-term win for shooting.

          • Samuel Suggs

            exactly the usefullness of an armed populace is dependent on the number of well trained and well armed indivduals in a given country the more the merier

          • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

            All of Remingtons .22 rounds are made in Lonoke as well.

          • jamezb

            To paraphrase Franklin, I believe, We can either hang together or risk hanging separately.

          • Samuel Suggs

            there not hanging seprately their allowing hemselves to be persecuted for centemental reasons

          • Samuel Suggs

            or where you agreeing with me and saying that if we dont hang with the conglomerates throughout these rough times then we will all be divided and destroyed bye the current administation? also it would be great if you got an avatar picture

          • jamezb

            LOL I thought I was agreeing with you Sam…How do I set an avatar picture?

          • Samuel Suggs

            ah so second option then thanks

          • jamezb

            Ha! Now I’ve got an avatar picture! And you can’t tell my hair is gray!

          • Samuel Suggs

            thats great probly should have checked that before righting an image based guide

          • Samuel Suggs

            now its Jamezb teh bunneh the sunglases match better and everthing :)

          • jamezb

            lol that’s great!

          • Samuel Suggs

            you create an avatar photo bye first going to the top of the comment section and clicking on this drop down menu high lighted in yellow in the in the first image and then clicking on the option high lighted in yellow in the second image this will open a new DIQUS option page with a pre opended “edit your profile menu” click on the option highlighted in yellow in the third image and it will open the option menu depicted in the third image as well proceed to select the suffcianly image you would like to have as your avatar and download it to your computer it helps with fitting if you pre size it in a photo editing program such as Microsoft paint. after selcting an image that still retains suffciant postive meaning for you in less a than 1/3″X1/3″ scale sqare proceed to select the “upload a new picture from your computer option highlighted in the fourth image and then press the browse option also highlighted in the fourth image this will open an image section menu over you internet session the folder it opens is determined bye a variety of factors including wich browser you are using and the settings you have for that browser and the last folder you opended in this mannor suffice it to say the easist way to find your image is bye searching your entire computer bye first selceting folder with name of your compuer on it in the side bar as depicted and highlighted in the fifth image (the folder in my case is named Fantmtbopbapaig beacuase that is the name of my comuter!) and then proceadeing to type in the name and search the name of the image you have selected then click on the image if it comes up if you double click it automatically upload then reaturen to you session of the firarms blog an enjoy your new DISQUS avatar

          • jamezb

            Thank you for going to all this trouble! Excellent tutorial, Samuel!

        • Samuel Suggs

          What do you think there deleterious motivation is for staying in New York? I mean I can think of anything other than centimentality yes I think its a bad idea but whats the big deal?

    • Samuel Suggs

      you just have a hate boner for big bad busines or what?

  • Mark

    The trigger is fitted improperly and is done so poorly with wide gaps it looks like it’s a complete drop in job with zero fitting of any kind. Makes me question how poorly the rest of the gun is put together. At $2,200 for the entire package, it looks like what you’re ending up with is a semi-custom looking gun with nothing remotely custom about it in terms of quality or performance.

    • Samuel Suggs

      they kinda all have that look now, none of the features on this gun have been really “custom” features since 05

    • floppyscience

      “Makes me question how poorly the rest of the gun is put together.”

      Are you forgetting this is a Remington product? What did you expect?

    • Aaron E

      Oh yeah … what about those skull grips … that’s what I thought. LOL

  • Dan

    Uh Nighthawk Custom has made an AAC-branded pistol in partnership with AAC for ages now. So this is certainly NOT the first AAC-branded pistol.

    http://www.nighthawkcustom.com/pistols/aac.html

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      A lot of times we have to take the word of those supplying us information. Sometimes they make mistakes and it gets passed along.

  • floppyscience

    A Cerberus-made 1911 and Cerberus-made suppressor for $2,261? Yeah, nah, I’ll pass. Something tells me I would regret my purchase.

    • Southernmutt

      My thoughts exactly. Let me know when AAC isn’t under a regime anymore.

  • Samuel Suggs

    I’m a monumental douche-bag with no purpose but to lurk on gun blogs.

    • Southernmutt

      Clearly.

    • Samuel Suggs

      You realise impersonation is exsplicitly against the rules right?

      • Emir Parkreiner

        His post contained no misspelt words and was grammatically correct. No one would think of you as the author to the post in question.

        • Samuel Suggs

          why douse it say you have 8 upvotes when the drop down menu only shows 4 guest votes and up votes from frosty the douche bag and Wetcorps that being only six comments? also your a dick bye

    • Samuel Suggs

      I thought Lurking was hanging out and not commenting or contributing to the discussion on a forum? not irritating someone who appears to spend an unuasual amount of time creating accounts just to troll me

  • TangledThorns

    A 1911. How original…

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      What’s wrong with a another 1911. The more the better:-)

  • Colby

    Wow, they took an R1 and Made it look like a mall-ninja’s “custom” RIA Tactical, with a threaded barrel. It may be great, but the aesthetics are cheap looking.

  • bob

    lame.

  • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

    For those that may not know creating and using the name of another reader and posting as him or her is very much against the rules. This time I deleted the post. Simple don’t do it!

  • NotDumb

    It’s nice to see a well designed silencer/pistol package out in the market. I don’t really know of any other company out there that has ever pushed the NFA line so hard. I think its a great collaboration that could really benefit a lot of enthusiasts and just general gun guys/gals.

    I would challenge some of you to look at this and think about how hard companies like AAC have been “fighting” the battles that bring about positive change to the gun world. Both in forms of education and innovation. Shame on you who boycott with such short sighted comments.

  • GunsRfun

    I “hefted” one of these sets in the local shop the other day. The first thing I noticed (is also evident in the photo above) they are not of the same finish! If they come in a Hatbox, or a Pelican case, it does not make them a “set” unless at the very least they are the same color, and at most reversed or matching serial number(s). Shame on you AAC. By the way they are now owned by Remington. DOH!