New From Nighthawk Custom: Ladyhawk 2.0 Pistol


If you or your lady are ready to upgrade to a custom-made, hand-fitted 1911, Nighthawk has an app for you. The new Ladyhawk 2.0 is a commander size pistol in 9mm or .45 with aesthetic touches intended to appeal to the fairer sex. Nighthawk Custom‘s press release and more photos follow . . .

Nighthawk Custom Releases New Ladyhawk 2.0 Pistol

Berryville AR: Nighthawk Custom, makers of heirloom quality 1911’s, shotguns, and revolvers, is pleased to announce its first of several new models for 2018, by revamping the top selling Ladyhawk line. The new Ladyhawk 2.0 is the first major upgrade to this series of pistols. The slim framed commander sized gun has been a huge hit with women who desire high quality handguns designed for smaller hands.

Available in both 9mm and 45acp, as no cost options, this gun supports full powered modern ammunition in a thin framed package. What makes the Ladyhawk 2.0 different however, are it’s aesthetic elements. Shooters have been asking for more feminine colors and styes to match the unique craftsmanship provided by Nighthawk Custom. The Ladyhawk 2.0 marries modern coating options like DLC and Rose Gold TICN with Obsidian, Abalone and Zinc.

Here are just some of the features:

• Finish: DLC with Rose Gold TICN finish on controls and barrel
• Grips – Custom Obsidian, Abalone, and Zinc
• Forged commander size frame and 4.25″ barrel (also available with an officer size frame)
• Match grade 9mm barrel (also available in .45 ACP as a no-cost option)
• Heinie Slant Pro Straight Eight Tritium night sights
• Thinned front strap and mainspring housing
• Serrated slide top
• Scalloped front strap and mainspring housing
• 40 lines per inch serrated rear of slide to match rear sight
• Shortened slide stop and beveled frame
• Crowned barrel flush with bushing
• Lightweight aluminum Nighthawk Custom tri-cavity trigger
• New ultra hi-cut front strap
• Completely dehorned for comfortable carry
• Heinie recoil spring plug

Retail price on the Nighthawk Custom Ladyhawk 2.0 is $4695 with dealer and online orders being fulfilled starting today.

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  1. avatar BLoving says:

    “a huge hit with women who desire high quality handguns designed for smaller hands.”

    That’s correct, you studly types out there who like to believe that only a “real man” carries a 1911 – it’s quite dainty enough to fit a ladies hand, thank you.

  2. avatar John says:

    4,700.00….. Umm no. My wife would kill me if I spent that on a 1911 and I would kill her if she did the same.

    1. avatar Felix says:

      That’s why home carry is the ultimate defense against domestic violence!

  3. avatar GS650G says:

    Favorite gun of the Pink Pistols.

    1. avatar Hank says:

      Right. I see this as some fallout style legendary gun from a flamboyant raider or something.

  4. avatar Alex Waits says:

    looks nice, but, out of my budget. I’ll go be poor somewhere else.

  5. avatar strych9 says:

    Bonus Feature:

    If you do actually have a DGU with it the Police Chief’s wife has a really nice new gun to tote around!

  6. avatar JasonM says:

    Does it turn into a young Michelle Pfeiffer every night? If so, I’d be interested.

  7. avatar Kyle says:

    Always good to see Tiffany Trump can get a .45

    not sure anyone else could afford one.

  8. Fires mini-marshmallows….perfect for those nights in front of the fire with your man.

  9. avatar Andrew in TX says:

    Man, you guys are getting really lazy! Too many of your articles are almost identical to Ammoland’s regurgitated press releases. Maybe try some proactive reporting some time instead of spewing out reworded commercial drivel like this. I read TTAG for its original content and fair product analyses, but I guess that makes me the fool today.

  10. avatar ironicatbest says:

    . Probably a pink Gock would have better sales with women.

  11. avatar FlamencoD says:

    That sure is a nice looking 1911 geared toward women. If the pink was gun metal grey or matched the color of the slide – wow!

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