The Springfield Armory 1911 DS Prodigy AOS 9mm Pistol is a robust and versatile weapon great for any use from concealed carry to competition. When making the Prodigy DS 1911 Springfield Armory did not skip a single corner. This DS 1911 is loaded with all the features you could desire. The forged carbon steel slide utilizes the AOS or Agency Optics system to allow you to have your favorite red dot sight. Matching the slide the frame is made of forged carbon steel finished in a black Cerakote wrapped with polymer grips for added comfort. The Prodigy sends lead down range through a 5″ match-grade bull barrel providing excellent accuracy and reliability. One common gripe with the traditional 1911 platform is the lack of magazine capacity, you don’t find that to be an issue with the 1911 DS Prodigy. Included is one 17-round and one 20-round magazine that provides an ample amount of ammo capacity. If you are looking for your next carry or competition gun the Springfield Armory 1911 DS Prodigy deserves a spot on your list.
- Chambered in 9mm
- Forged Carbon Steel frame
- Forged Carbon Steel optics ready slide
- 5″ Forged Stainless Steel match-grade barrel
- 1:16 twist rate
- Fiber Optic front sight with a black serrated rear sight
- Polymer grips
- (1) 17-round magazine (1) 20-round magazine
- Overall length of 8.5″
- 33 oz weight
The features just keep adding up with the Springfield Armory 1911 DS Prodigy like the integrated grip safety, Fiber Optic front sight, ambidextrous safety, skeletonized hammer, slide serrations both front and rear, and an accessory Picatinny rail. If you can think of a feature that makes your shooting experience better chances are that the 1911 DS Prodigy has it.
Springfield Armory is one of the largest and oldest firearms manufacturers in the world. After resurrecting some of America’s most treasured, historically significant firearm designs, the M14, M1 Garand, and M1911, Springfield Armory has expanded its line of firearms to include modern sporting rifles and polymer pistols. Springfield armory may have started in 1777 but they are as relevant as ever today with their increasing line of innovative concealed carry handguns.