During the 1970 - 1983, Colt manufactured Mk.IV series 70 Government model pistols, which closely resembled original M1911A1s, but with accurized barrel bushings.
The "Accurizor" barrel and bushing was intended to improve the intrinsic accuracy of the Colt Government Model pistols, which were then designated the MK IV/Series 70 to differentiate them from all prior variations of the Government Model. While not as capable of superb accuracy as a true hand-fit barrel and match bushing, the new setup nonetheless allowed the typical mass-produced Colt shoot better than the older military-spec pistols with their loosely fit solid bushings and straight barrels.
Beautiful and authentic recreation of the Colt Series'70 MkIV pistol with a silver slide. This great looking, non-firing recreation comes with metal shells, removable magazine and full functioning hammer, trigger, slide, safety, slide lock, etc.