Sunday, November 17, 2013

Jesse James Firearms Unlimited Nomad AR-15 and Cisco 1911 Revealed

The popular custom chopper manufacturer Jesse James known best for several shows on the Discovery Network recently announced his latest venture Jesse James Firearms Unlimited (JJFU) out of Austin, Texas. The Firearm Report announced that  first releases from JJFU would be an AR-15 rifle and 1911 Pistol. These are recognized as two of the most modular firearms with countless aftermarket parts, so it is interesting to see what a newcomer well recognized for his handiwork would bring to the market.

Jesse James Firearms Unlimited
The Firearm Report attended the launch party for Jesse James Firearms Unlimited last night where the Nomad AR-15 and Cisco 1911 were revealed. The Nomad AR-15 features JJFU Upper and Lower Receivers, Muzzle Brake, Handguard, and 30 Round Stainless Steel Mangazine. JJFU also has their own Class S Aero-Sonic Suppressor and Scope, which can both be seen in the photo below. All other parts are a who's who of high quality rifle parts manufacturers including a Wilson Combat 16" Barrel with a 1 in 8 Twist chambered for 5.56x45, Geissele 3SG Trigger, Magpul ACS Buttstock & MOE+ Grip, BCM Gunfighter Charging Handle with Mod 4 Latch, and a Rubber City Armory Bolt Carrier Group. The AR-15 weighs in at 7.9 pounds and has a total length of just over 34.5 inches with the stock collapsed. 

Jesse James Firearms Unlimited Nomad AR-15
The Cisco 1911 was developed with the traditional design with a 5.11" fully supported ramped bushing barrel chambered in .45 ACP. The pistol features a Government Forged Stainless Steel Frame, Hand Fitted Slide with fixed sights, Beavertail grip, Ambidextrous Safeties, Full One Piece Guide Rod. The finish is a combination of stainless steel and black nitride. The 1911 weighs just under 2.5 pounds.

Jesse James Firearms Unlimited Cisco 1911
For additional information, photos, and details from the JJFU launch night, visit Also check them out at their Facebook page for regular firearms news updates.

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