EGW Lightened 1911 Hammer 2-Tone

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EGW Lightened 1911 Hammer 2-Tone

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The EGW Lightened 1911 Hammer 2-Tone is the best hammer available on the market.

Whether you are looking for a replacement hammer or are doing a full custom build from scratch, the EGW 1911 Lightened Hammer 2-Tone is exactly what you need.

Our newest addition to our 1911 ignition parts line. We take our 1911 lightened hammer, send it to blueing, and grind the flats on the sides to create an unique look to an already unique part. This component is also part of our ignition kits which are a vast improvement over the factory trigger pull.

After looking into several manufacturing methods, we decided to fully machine our 1911 lightened hammers from solid barstock, the method we use for our popular 1911 hard sear, 1911 long ball head disconnector, 1911 slide stops and 1911 thumb safeties.

The accuracy of our 1911 hammer is impressive. Using one hold to machine and ream the holes, mill the profile, cut reliefs and slice the hammer means that all these operations will be within .0005" for a true and square hammer.

The tank treads for cocking serrations look Heavy Duty and are functional without adding stress risers.
The slot through the top adds a distinctive looks and make the hammer lighter.
We have two variations on our hammer, lightened or solid- our lightened 1911 hammer weighs in at 10.7 grams (165 grains).

We are unable to ship this item outside of the United States. If this item is purchased as part of an international order, the item will be removed from the order. The account will be refunded for the item, and the remainder of the order will ship.

All of our gun parts are manufactured in the U.S.A. with pride. We make gun parts for some of the largest manufacturers.

Warning: This product may be alloyed with trace amounts of lead and other elements which are known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm and cancer. To prevent exposure, do not alter the product by welding, grinding, etc. For more information, go to