Last week, we featured the Dan Wesson VBOB 1911. This week, we’re taking a look at another commander length 1911 with a bobbed tail: the new Smith & Wesson E-Series 1911SC. Thanks to its featherweight Scandium frame, the 1911SC tips the scales at a mere 29.7 ounces. And while we’re on the subject of “scales,” check out the unique design of the slide serrations. Tritium night sights and a Titanium firing pin are standard equipment on the 1911SC. Although 1911 purists may scoff at Smith & Wesson’s external extractor, it has been a proven feature that aids in positive ejection. With a pistol as feature-rich as the 1911SC, you’d expect to pay handsomely. Thankfully, retail is a conservative $1369. On Point Firearms has these in stock for $1275 and only $1150 for members of our exclusive VIP Program, respectively. Click here for the 1911SC photo gallery.

This week, we’re running a VIP member special on a couple of Sig Sauer 1911s: The Sig Sauer 1911XO Tactical Package is on blowout special for only $786 and the 1911UC is only $839.

If you missed our special on the Colt M4A1 SOCOM from a few weeks ago, here’s a closer look at this special rifle. It features a Knight’s Armament Corp quad rail handguard, 600m flip up rear sight, and ambidextrous safety lever. Click here for the photo gallery.

We have a few more cases of Federal M855 5.56mm NATO. That’s the good 62gr green tip stuff in 2000rd cases– and it’s current 2012 production from Lake City! Click here for info.

That’s all for today. Have a good ‘un and God bless. — Evan