Shiny: The Custom Serenity 1911 From Cabot Guns


    My inbox was hit with an email that was sure to make Malcolm Reynolds, Jayne Cobb, and River Tam all feel very shiny. This is the newest custom 1911 from Cabot Guns, the Serenity 1911.

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    Serenity, noun. The state or quality of being serene, calm or tranquil. Serenity. The antonym of Apocalypse—the light Ying to the dark Yang. The Cabot Guns Serenity is all about smooth lines, deft touches, soft contrasts and unique textures. The Damascus is harshly sculpted by a series of acid baths but the internals remain silky slick and dimensionally perfect. The deeply-etched slide is balanced by the vapor-smooth grip panels milled of solid steel, and the entire pistol is wrapped in a blanket of silver thanks to the 416 stainless steel used for every component.

    The Custom Serenity 1911 From Cabot Guns


    Starting from 416 stainless steel, Cabot Guns crafts these frames one at a time in Cabot, Pennsylvania. The slide is made from Damascus stainless steel. Buyers are asked to select either a 5” or 4.25” barrel, with a threaded barrel as a third option. The gun is available in either 9×19 or the classic .45 ACP. A lowered and flared ejection port and Big Bang cocking serrations are the tip of the iceberg when looking over the long list of custom upgrades. The full-length guide rod, thumb safety, and magazine release are all billet. Buyers also have the option of getting their Serenity pistol ready to accept optics. Cabot guarantees 1.5″ groups at 25 yards.



    • Frame size: Full-size
    • Length: Full-size, commander
    • Caliber: 9×19, .45 ACP
    • Material: 416 stainless steel
    • MSRP: $8,495.00


    If you want to read more about the Serenity pistol, be sure to visit the Cabot Guns website. While you’re there, sign up for their newsletter, as many of their announcements are exclusive to subscribers. Be sure to follow Cabot on their social media pages for more content. They can be found on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.