American Tactical Titan 1911

American Tactical Titan 1911

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Total reviews: 45
Positive: 40
Mixed: 0
Negative: 0
Retail Price: $405.00
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American Tactical Titan 1911 Description

1911 fans will surely take notice when they see the attractive new pricing of the proven Firepower Xtreme series. American Tactical’s classic line of 1911s includes Military and G.I. models, each styled with all steel parts and solid mahogany grips. Compatible with many different brands of 1911 magazines and parts as well.

American Tactical Titan 1911 Specifications

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American Tactical Titan 1911 Q & A

Unnamed User The color is a "Matte Black" Dale. Blueing is just an age old term that just signifies the finishing process. Read More
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Unnamed User Hey Randy, I had an ATI FX45 and the wilson combat mags worked wonderfully in it. Promag not so much. Read More
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Unnamed User in the Philippines made by S.A.M. (Shooters Arms Manufacturing)
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Unnamed User No, it will require the "Officers" or "Compact" Grip which, I'm going by memory is 2 11/16 (2.6875"). 3 1/16 Read More
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Unnamed User As close as I can measure it is 6 and 15/16 which would make the 6.93 correct
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Unnamed User Joel - in my 30+ years of owning, shooting and working on 1911's I have learned that Wolff springs are Read More
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Unnamed User Juan, this 1911 has the same "Series 70" Firing System as the original Colt 1911 design.
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Unnamed User KImber parts seem to run best in these. For me that is. Here's some good info. http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=151835
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Unnamed User there is a specific Mec-gar Magazine for the ATI Titan which is (ATIMG1911457) - ATI sells them for the Titan Read More
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Unnamed User Chris this holster will fit the bill nicely : http://aliengearholsters.com/springfield-1911-range-officer-5-inch-iwb-holster.html
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American Tactical Titan 1911 User Reviews

Positive: 45 Mixed: 0 Negative: 0
  • ATI FX 45 1911 Xtreme Titan "Budget 1911"
    This ATI Titan made in Philippines has a three and 1/8 inch bulb barrel and a an officer sized, it's got a bull barrel that's the Titan Extreme. The trigger works so good, the sights are pretty much all stock sights and... the good thing is to say it's metal core not plastic that makes it pretty cool. more

    December 24, 2018 | Full review…
    BigFun4Life
  • ATI 1911 Titan officer
    This ATI Titan is an officer sized 1911, it's has fiber optic front sight it's also has ambidextrous safety on it, got a titanium fire pin that makes it an excellent gun. Highly recommend this gun it's functions flawles...sly and if want bring it to the range and you'll shoot 150 rounds or more you will not get any problem like failure to fire or misfeeds. more

    December 24, 2018 | Full review…
    Bullseyebo24
  • Unboxing The ATI Titan 1911
    This ATI Titan 1911 is very great gun because it shoots really nicely the kick also good. This gun is very easy to disassemble probably easier than standard 1911, over all this gun is pretty good gun easy to shoot you wi...ll not get any problem in this Titan 1911. more

    December 24, 2018 | Full review…
    ShootFastFun
  • Review Of ATI 1911 Titan 3"
    This gun has 3 inches barrel nothing special on it no bells and whistles on it but still a very good pistol. The trigger is very good it's very crisp, it's has two flat mainspring but this one doesn't have the barrel bus...hing but over all this is a great gun so far. more

    December 24, 2018 | Full review…
    TheLawson1986
  • 100

    Thanks SG FOR THE Fastest Delivery & everything in order and Packaged well. I have not shot the Titan yet, but if it shoots half as good as it looks and feels to the hand , I 'LL have to give it a big fat 5 stars for loo...ks , feel , last but not least , PRICE !!!! I'll definitely be Purchasing from SG again , again, & again. more

    May 29, 2018
    SIRMARKALOT
  • 100

    Like many, I purchased this Titan LW knowing it had a few shortcomings. I installed a Kimber Ultra Carry guide rod, Wilson Combat mainspring and firing pin spring, polished the feed ramp, Wilson Combat checkered frontstr...ap, Hogue Kingwood grips, and HiViz front sight. I have numerous 1911s and this is the best in every respect. more

    November 29, 2017
    ExTeacher
  • 100

    Stopping Power
    45 acp, is a man stopper, and for a 3.12in barrel, pretty good accuracy at 20yards, no more. That's hitting a 10 inch round target. 25 Rd 16 hits. And I shot at least 500rds 185gr . Did have 2 stove pipe, 1 failure ...to pick up next round, 8 failure to go completely into battery. But that is wright out of the box. Found a lot of shavings, but good cleaning another 500rd not any issues. To bad it didn't come in a 12 Rd 9mm. And in the same size. more

    November 15, 2017
    Sam2112
  • 100

    October 19, 2017
    DixieCol
  • 100

    this is a great gun will put all rounds touching at 25yrd . would buy a kimber recoil spring and guide rod also would buy kimber mags mine is flawless after adding few parts and some tlc great gun love it thinking of buy...ing another one more

    October 19, 2017
    bobs your uncle
  • 100

    The only thing that this gun needs is a good set of night sight. For the money it a very good deal

    September 3, 2017
    Bobby
  • 100

    I bought the Titan lightweight. Spent the money and bought the spring replacement kit with guide rod from Wilson . After replacing all springs and rod, and highly polishing the ramp, have had no problems with feeding. We...apon shoots straight with tight groups at 20,30 and 50yds. I have always carried a 1911, in the Corps I carried a Colt gov model an am very proficient with both weapons. The fit is good and after about 400rds it rattles like my US Army Gov model I brought back from Nam. I purchased the weapon at a local gun show 5yrs ago and carry it every day. I have had two Colt defenders and one Kimber. The ATI to me is a better weapon pricewise and is just as goof or better than the three mentioned.I had misfires and FTE's on all three, especially the high priced Kimber. I am so comfortable with the Titan I put my life on the line almost every day with on my side. I recommend this pistol for a low priced quality weapon to anyone that wants it to fire every time, under any conditions. more

    September 3, 2017
    Old warrior
  • 100

    I bought the Titan lightweight. Spent the money and bought the spring replacement kit with guide rod from Wilson . After replacing all springs and rod, and highly polishing the ramp, have had no problems with feeding. We...apon shoots straight with tight groups at 20,30 and 50yds. I have always carried a 1911, in the Corps I carried a Colt gov model an am very proficient with both weapons. The fit is good and after about 400rds it rattles like my US Army Gov model I brought back from Nam. I purchased the weapon at a local gun show 5yrs ago and carry it every day. I have had two Colt defenders and one Kimber. The ATI to me is a better weapon pricewise and is just as goof or better than the three mentioned.I had misfires and FTE's on all three, especially the high priced Kimber. I am so comfortable with the Titan I put my life on the line almost every day with on my side. I recommend this pistol for a low priced quality weapon to anyone that wants it to fire every time, under any conditions. more

    September 2, 2017
    Old warrior
  • 100

    The only thing that this gun needs is a good set of night sight. For the money it a very good deal

    September 1, 2017
    Bobby
  • 100

    The only thing that this gun needs is a good set of night sight. For the money it a very good deal

    August 31, 2017
    Bobby
  • 100

    The only thing that this gun needs is a good set of night sight. For the money it a very good deal

    August 30, 2017
    Bobby
  • 100

    The only thing that this gun needs is a good set of night sight. For the money it a very good deal

    August 28, 2017
    Bobby
  • 100

    I did get this at a great price. My full size is a Norinco govt. model I bought 15/20 years ago. I had planned to buy the colt defender, and saw this about 60% less, I think I paid $363 out the door. I have had it about ...2 years now. I did like a lot of you, and replaced the guide rod right away. In fact I made sure I could get that before I bought this gun. Kimberly had the part on back order. When I got the gun, I cleaned the goop off of it. No real good cleaning, just adequate and a little oiling. They tell you to allow 200 or so rounds for a break in period. I fired just ball during the first 200/300 rounds. My feed ramp came fairly polished, but I did do that also. Now the gun shot everything I put through it. FMJ and HP too with no problems. The only ammo I have found to cause problems is Atomic +P in HP. This is a very hot ammo, thinking the case was expanding, as it was jamming in the barrel. Everything else went through it fine To top this off, my 1st magazine, very 1st magazine was 6 of the 7 in a 1 1/2" group. The last shot was a flyer, my fault looking up to see the shot before I was even finished. Oops. This was at about 10 yards. In summary, I was out about $430 for the gun, guiderod assembly, and also a hogue wrap around grip with the finger grooves. The only real con I have come across is buying an OEM magazine. I have bought two of these at the gun show locally and have had to Drexel off part of the top of the base pad to get them to stay in the gun. The one that came with the gun, Andy the full sized magazines fit great. I would say this is a buy. It's a great value! more

    August 21, 2017
    Martman300
  • 100

    I did get this at a great price. My full size is a Norinco govt. model I bought 15/20 years ago. I had planned to buy the colt defender, and saw this about 60% less, I think I paid $363 out the door. I have had it about ...2 years now. I did like a lot of you, and replaced the guide rod right away. In fact I made sure I could get that before I bought this gun. Kimberly had the part on back order. When I got the gun, I cleaned the goop off of it. No real good cleaning, just adequate and a little oiling. They tell you to allow 200 or so rounds for a break in period. I fired just ball during the first 200/300 rounds. My feed ramp came fairly polished, but I did do that also. Now the gun shot everything I put through it. FMJ and HP too with no problems. The only ammo I have found to cause problems is Atomic +P in HP. This is a very hot ammo, thinking the case was expanding, as it was jamming in the barrel. Everything else went through it fine To top this off, my 1st magazine, very 1st magazine was 6 of the 7 in a 1 1/2" group. The last shot was a flyer, my fault looking up to see the shot before I was even finished. Oops. This was at about 10 yards. In summary, I was out about $430 for the gun, guiderod assembly, and also a hogue wrap around grip with the finger grooves. The only real con I have come across is buying an OEM magazine. I have bought two of these at the gun show locally and have had to Drexel off part of the top of the base pad to get them to stay in the gun. The one that came with the gun, Andy the full sized magazines fit great. I would say this is a buy. It's a great value! more

    August 20, 2017
    Martman300
  • 100

    I did get this at a great price. My full size is a Norinco govt. model I bought 15/20 years ago. I had planned to buy the colt defender, and saw this about 60% less, I think I paid $363 out the door. I have had it about ...2 years now. I did like a lot of you, and replaced the guide rod right away. In fact I made sure I could get that before I bought this gun. Kimberly had the part on back order. When I got the gun, I cleaned the goop off of it. No real good cleaning, just adequate and a little oiling. They tell you to allow 200 or so rounds for a break in period. I fired just ball during the first 200/300 rounds. My feed ramp came fairly polished, but I did do that also. Now the gun shot everything I put through it. FMJ and HP too with no problems. The only ammo I have found to cause problems is Atomic +P in HP. This is a very hot ammo, thinking the case was expanding, as it was jamming in the barrel. Everything else went through it fine To top this off, my 1st magazine, very 1st magazine was 6 of the 7 in a 1 1/2" group. The last shot was a flyer, my fault looking up to see the shot before I was even finished. Oops. This was at about 10 yards. In summary, I was out about $430 for the gun, guiderod assembly, and also a hogue wrap around grip with the finger grooves. The only real con I have come across is buying an OEM magazine. I have bought two of these at the gun show locally and have had to Drexel off part of the top of the base pad to get them to stay in the gun. The one that came with the gun, Andy the full sized magazines fit great. I would say this is a buy. It's a great value! more

    August 18, 2017
    Martman300
  • 100

    I did get this at a great price. My full size is a Norinco govt. model I bought 15/20 years ago. I had planned to buy the colt defender, and saw this about 60% less, I think I paid $363 out the door. I have had it about ...2 years now. I did like a lot of you, and replaced the guide rod right away. In fact I made sure I could get that before I bought this gun. Kimberly had the part on back order. When I got the gun, I cleaned the goop off of it. No real good cleaning, just adequate and a little oiling. They tell you to allow 200 or so rounds for a break in period. I fired just ball during the first 200/300 rounds. My feed ramp came fairly polished, but I did do that also. Now the gun shot everything I put through it. FMJ and HP too with no problems. The only ammo I have found to cause problems is Atomic +P in HP. This is a very hot ammo, thinking the case was expanding, as it was jamming in the barrel. Everything else went through it fine To top this off, my 1st magazine, very 1st magazine was 6 of the 7 in a 1 1/2" group. The last shot was a flyer, my fault looking up to see the shot before I was even finished. Oops. This was at about 10 yards. In summary, I was out about $430 for the gun, guiderod assembly, and also a hogue wrap around grip with the finger grooves. The only real con I have come across is buying an OEM magazine. I have bought two of these at the gun show locally and have had to Drexel off part of the top of the base pad to get them to stay in the gun. The one that came with the gun, Andy the full sized magazines fit great. I would say this is a buy. It's a great value! more

    August 17, 2017
    Martman300
  • 100

    I did get this at a great price. My full size is a Norinco govt. model I bought 15/20 years ago. I had planned to buy the colt defender, and saw this about 60% less, I think I paid $363 out the door. I have had it about ...2 years now. I did like a lot of you, and replaced the guide rod right away. In fact I made sure I could get that before I bought this gun. Kimberly had the part on back order. When I got the gun, I cleaned the goop off of it. No real good cleaning, just adequate and a little oiling. They tell you to allow 200 or so rounds for a break in period. I fired just ball during the first 200/300 rounds. My feed ramp came fairly polished, but I did do that also. Now the gun shot everything I put through it. FMJ and HP too with no problems. The only ammo I have found to cause problems is Atomic +P in HP. This is a very hot ammo, thinking the case was expanding, as it was jamming in the barrel. Everything else went through it fine To top this off, my 1st magazine, very 1st magazine was 6 of the 7 in a 1 1/2" group. The last shot was a flyer, my fault looking up to see the shot before I was even finished. Oops. This was at about 10 yards. In summary, I was out about $430 for the gun, guiderod assembly, and also a hogue wrap around grip with the finger grooves. The only real con I have come across is buying an OEM magazine. I have bought two of these at the gun show locally and have had to Drexel off part of the top of the base pad to get them to stay in the gun. The one that came with the gun, Andy the full sized magazines fit great. I would say this is a buy. It's a great value! more

    August 15, 2017
    Martman300
  • 100

    I purchased this Titan on a Wednesday and had it that Friday. I had looked at the reviews and noticed there were some customers that had problems with malfunctions. I replaced the slide spring assembly with that of a Kim...berly for about $45 before I attempted to fire the weapon. I also polished the feed ramp and the bottom of the barrel with a Dremel Tool and soft buffing wheel with polishing compound to a shiny finish. I then cleaned the pistol inside and out to remove the machining oil. I took it to the range Saturday and fired 150 rounds through it with not one malfunction. It is very accurate and easy to shoot. Has a crisp trigger and easy to see white dot front sight. I trust my life with this weapon as it is my new concealed carry pistol. Shoots as like a dream! more

    July 26, 2017
    sfotiss
  • 100

    I purchased this Titan on a Wednesday and had it that Friday. I had looked at the reviews and noticed there were some customers that had problems with malfunctions. I replaced the slide spring assembly with that of a Kim...berly for about $45 before I attempted to fire the weapon. I also polished the feed ramp and the bottom of the barrel with a Dremel Tool and soft buffing wheel with polishing compound to a shiny finish. I then cleaned the pistol inside and out to remove the machining oil. I took it to the range Saturday and fired 150 rounds through it with not one malfunction. It is very accurate and easy to shoot. Has a crisp trigger and easy to see white dot front sight. I trust my life with this weapon as it is my new concealed carry pistol. Shoots as like a dream! more

    July 24, 2017
    sfotiss
  • 100

    I purchased this Titan on a Wednesday and had it that Friday. I had looked at the reviews and noticed there were some customers that had problems with malfunctions. I replaced the slide spring assembly with that of a Kim...berly for about $45 before I attempted to fire the weapon. I also polished the feed ramp and the bottom of the barrel with a Dremel Tool and soft buffing wheel with polishing compound to a shiny finish. I then cleaned the pistol inside and out to remove the machining oil. I took it to the range Saturday and fired 150 rounds through it with not one malfunction. It is very accurate and easy to shoot. Has a crisp trigger and easy to see white dot front sight. I trust my life with this weapon as it is my new concealed carry pistol. Shoots as like a dream! more

    July 23, 2017
    sfotiss
  • 100

    I purchased this Titan on a Wednesday and had it that Friday. I had looked at the reviews and noticed there were some customers that had problems with malfunctions. I replaced the slide spring assembly with that of a Kim...berly for about $45 before I attempted to fire the weapon. I also polished the feed ramp and the bottom of the barrel with a Dremel Tool and soft buffing wheel with polishing compound to a shiny finish. I then cleaned the pistol inside and out to remove the machining oil. I took it to the range Saturday and fired 150 rounds through it with not one malfunction. It is very accurate and easy to shoot. Has a crisp trigger and easy to see white dot front sight. I trust my life with this weapon as it is my new concealed carry pistol. Shoots as like a dream! more

    July 21, 2017
    sfotiss
  • 100

    I wanted a .45 for conceal carry this was priced at $300.00 what could I lose. I bought the Kimber RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY, ULTRA CARRY for $49.00. Clean the gun and polish the bullet feed with a Dremel polisher. This sho...ots better than my Springfield, very little recoil and accurate, trigger is spot on. I used white nail polish and highlighted the barrel lettering and stamping looks great. If ATI made the spring assembly as good as Kimber and kept the great price these would be talked about more. Great job Sportsman Guide on the transaction your the best.. more

    July 13, 2017
    Wilmington Bill
  • 100

    I wanted a .45 for conceal carry this was priced at $300.00 what could I lose. I bought the Kimber RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY, ULTRA CARRY for $49.00. Clean the gun and polish the bullet feed with a Dremel polisher. This sho...ots better than my Springfield, very little recoil and accurate, trigger is spot on. I used white nail polish and highlighted the barrel lettering and stamping looks great. If ATI made the spring assembly as good as Kimber and kept the great price these would be talked about more. Great job Sportsman Guide on the transaction your the best.. more

    July 12, 2017
    Wilmington Bill
  • 100

    A great little gun, and doubly so for the price.

    July 11, 2017
    Nevada Chuck
  • 100

    I wanted a .45 for conceal carry this was priced at $300.00 what could I lose. I bought the Kimber RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY, ULTRA CARRY for $49.00. Clean the gun and polish the bullet feed with a Dremel polisher. This sho...ots better than my Springfield, very little recoil and accurate, trigger is spot on. I used white nail polish and highlighted the barrel lettering and stamping looks great. If ATI made the spring assembly as good as Kimber and kept the great price these would be talked about more. Great job Sportsman Guide on the transaction your the best.. more

    July 8, 2017
    Wilmington Bill
  • 100

    I wanted a .45 for conceal carry this was priced at $300.00 what could I lose. I bought the Kimber RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY, ULTRA CARRY for $49.00. Clean the gun and polish the bullet feed with a Dremel polisher. This sho...ots better than my Springfield, very little recoil and accurate, trigger is spot on. I used white nail polish and highlighted the barrel lettering and stamping looks great. If ATI made the spring assembly as good as Kimber and kept the great price these would be talked about more. Great job Sportsman Guide on the transaction your the best.. more

    July 7, 2017
    Wilmington Bill
  • 100

    A great little gun, and doubly so for the price.

    July 5, 2017
    Nevada Chuck
  • 100

    excellent trigger great shooter all I did was clean it and shoot it. you will be pleasantly surprised with this

    May 1, 2017
    bruzz
  • 100

    excellent trigger great shooter all I did was clean it and shoot it. you will be pleasantly surprised with this

    April 26, 2017
    bruzz
  • 100

    I had watched several YouTube videos on this gun. The majority of the videos stated it was a great value. Upon receiving the my overview was that it indeed was a very nice weapon, tight and a good fit in my hands. The sh...ort barrel is destined for close range but I was also getting good patterns at 25yds. Very pleased. more

    April 22, 2017
    RussG
  • 100

    I had watched several YouTube videos on this gun. The majority of the videos stated it was a great value. Upon receiving the my overview was that it indeed was a very nice weapon, tight and a good fit in my hands. The sh...ort barrel is destined for close range but I was also getting good patterns at 25yds. Very pleased. more

    April 20, 2017
    RussG
  • 100

    Wanted to wait to wright a review till I had a chance to get to shoot . Very good firearm very accurate wright out of the box. At 30ft. first 25 rounds 6" circle. No failure to feed with Kimber mags. Gun is well balanced... very little felt recoil, Trouble with original mags wrong type follower? more

    April 18, 2017
    Bill 138
  • 100

    When i bought this weapon, I was looking for a easily concealed weapon with ease of operation. Well this hand gun has both.

    March 10, 2017
    Doc33
  • 100

    When i bought this weapon, I was looking for a easily concealed weapon with ease of operation. Well this hand gun has both.

    March 9, 2017
    Doc33
  • 100

    When i bought this weapon, I was looking for a easily concealed weapon with ease of operation. Well this hand gun has both.

    March 8, 2017
    Doc33
  • 100

    When i bought this weapon, I was looking for a easily concealed weapon with ease of operation. Well this hand gun has both.

    March 7, 2017
    Doc33
  • 100

    I purchased this ATI Titan and almost feel like I stole it at the unbelievable low price. I have put over 500 rounds of ball, PST, JHP without a failure to feed or failure to fire. This has become my everyday conceal car...ry piece. I trust my life with this Titan. more

    February 26, 2017
    Rongus
  • 100

    I purchased this ATI Titan and almost feel like I stole it at the unbelievable low price. I have put over 500 rounds of ball, PST, JHP without a failure to feed or failure to fire. This has become my everyday conceal car...ry piece. I trust my life with this Titan. more

    February 25, 2017
    Rongus
  • 100

    First off the accuracy is very good right out of the case. Very happy with the quality! I do agree it needs a better guide spring and that will be the one thing I replace but other than that I can't find an issue with an...y part of it. I would highly recommend this gun to all of my friends and have already done so. Thanks for a great product at a great price. more

    February 19, 2017
    chad55
  • 100

    First off the accuracy is very good right out of the case. Very happy with the quality! I do agree it needs a better guide spring and that will be the one thing I replace but other than that I can't find an issue with an...y part of it. I would highly recommend this gun to all of my friends and have already done so. Thanks for a great product at a great price. more

    February 18, 2017
    chad55
  • 100

    This is an excellent firearm at any cost. Fit and finish is on par with the big boys in the industries. Weight and balance make this .45 a joy to shoot. 50 rounds with no problems at all. Would recommend to anybody looki...ng for a great gun at a very nice price. more

    January 1, 2014