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The M1911 is a sidearm in Tom Clancy's The Division. Pistols have a Talent which makes the weapon deal 100% more damage to enemies with fewer than 30% health. Of the pistol-type sidearms, it has the highest damage per shot and can be fitted with a magazine and underbarrel mod, in exchange for having very high recoil and a small magazine.


The M1911 is a pistol of US origin. It was developed in the early 1900's by John Browning and produced by Colt. The M1911 became a famous pistol that served with US forces in both World Wars. Despite its age it remains in use today. Over the years many derivatives have been developed.

The M1911 is a short recoil operated single action pistol. It is made out metal, except for the grip plates. The M1911 fires the .45 ACP round that was specifically designed for this pistol.

The M1911 fires the .45 ACP round from a 7 round single magazine. The M1911 fires semi-automatic only and has an effective range of 50 meters. Many versions and derivatives of the M1911 have been developed. Most retain the .45 caliber and 7 round magazine, but various high capacity models and variants in other calibers exist.



Weapons in Tom Clancy's The Division
Assault Rifles
ACR  •  AK-47 (Warlord)  •  FAL  •  M4 (Liberator)  •  POF P416
SCAR-L (Caduceus)  •  G36  •  Bullfrog  •  Urban MDR
Light Machine Guns
L86 LSW  •  M60 (Hungry Hog)  •  RPK-74 (Pakhan)  •  M249 B  •  MG5  •  Big Alejandro
Marksman Rifles
M44  •  M1A (Historian)  •  M14  •  SRS  •  SCAR-H (Tenebrae)
SVD  •  M700  •  The Devil's Heel (Devil/Heel)
Submachine Guns
T821 (Midas)  •  MP5  •  MP7  •  Vector  •  SMG-9 (Hildr/Eir)  •  AUG A3
PP-19  •  UMP-45  •  Thompson M1928 (Tommy Gun)  •  The House
Double Barrel Sawed Off (Defiler)  •  Double Barrel Shotgun (Cassidy)
M870  •  SASG-12 (Medved)  •  Super 90  •  Showstopper
586 Magnum  •  M1911 (Centurion)  •  M9 (Damascus)  •  PF45
Px4 Storm  •  X-45  •  93R  •  Rhino (Golden Rhino)
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