Recover Tactical® 20/11 Stabilizer Kit for 1911 – For all Full Size 1911’s

$119.95$199.95

Shipping on or before December 1, 2021.

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Fits all full size 1911’s across all generations.  When selecting a bundle from the drop-down menu, the description and image will be updated to reflect what is included. (greyed out parts in the image are not included). See the fit chart below. All versions have a stock built-in (no brace version available)

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*Pictured mag pouch is not included but it will be offered to anyone who purchases this kit at a discount once it is released.

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Description

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The 20/11 Stabilizer Kit is the first affordable high quality kit for the 1911.

  • 20/11B – Stabilizer Frame
  • 20/11UR – Stabilizer Frame, Minimalist Sling, Picatinny Side Rails, G7 Holster (without Pistol Adapter – can only be used with the 20/11 stabilizer stock), FG20 Forward Grip, UR20 Upper Rails.

See our flagship Stabilizer in action. The 20/11 is a little different as it is a stock and not a brace.

Features

• Ready for use out of the box
• Simple installation (see video)
• Uses the Guns built in sights, no need to calibrate sights
• Compatible with ALL full size 1911’s
• Compatible with compensators
• Compatible with Red Dot optics
• No pistol disassembly or permanent modifications required
• Lightweight and compact
• Made from glass-reinforced polymer
• Modular with optional picatinny rail adapters
• Increases accuracy
• Fully functional with folded stock
• Compatible with the G7 proprietary holster
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Customer Questions and Answers

    I have asked before about plans for a brace instead of a stock ?seems like me More sales would be in the brace setup so a person would not have to spend the fees to register a sbr ? It appears the stock folds ? I have a a Glock 21 and a 19 with the brace and like the setup
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    Q I have asked before about plans for a brace instead of a stock ?seems like me More sales would be...... Read more answer now
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    There are no plans to release the 20/11 as a brace. With every product design many factors are considered including demand and legal considerations. We do appreciate your feedback though. The stock does fold (just like the 20/21 and 20/21).

  2. Is this legal in California?
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    Q Is this legal in California? answer now
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    We do not provide legal advice and cannot comment on local rules. Please read our disclaimer here. Any follow-up questions should be addressed to a lawyer.

  4. Will this work with a Taurus pt1911
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    Q Will this work with a Taurus pt1911 answer now
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    Yes. It is compatible

  6. Will this fit a 1911 Railgun?
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    Q Will this fit a 1911 Railgun? answer now
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    It will not fit

  8. Will the 20/11B model fit in the HC11 Holster system, with or without the brace closed?
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    Q Will the 20/11B model fit in the HC11 Holster system, with or without the brace closed? answer now
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    No - but is compatible with the G7 holster included in the 20/11MG package or available to be purchased separately here. Also, please note that this unit is a Stock, not a Brace.

  10. Will I have to register with the ATF as a short barrel rifle?
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    Q Will I have to register with the ATF as a short barrel rifle? answer now
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    We do not provide legal advice and cannot comment on local rules. Please read our disclaimer here. Any follow-up questions should be addressed to a lawyer.

  12. will it fit a sig 1911 that does not have a front rail? does 1911 need to have a 1913 front rail?
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    Q will it fit a sig 1911 that does not have a front rail? does 1911 need to have a 1913 front rail? answer now
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    The short answer is no. Sigs are problematic because their dust covers are not standard. They are a a couple of mm longer so the 20/11 (and cc3c cc3h) won't sit flush.

  14. Will this fit the double-stack 1911?
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    Q Will this fit the double-stack 1911? answer now
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    It will not fit

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