This is a USED GBC CHAOS M38-11 pistol that is available for sale as presented.
This pistol has fired less than 1000 rounds and has come availalble due to shooter retirement.
This is a custom built pistol by gunsmith Colin Bell based in Rotorua, New Zealand. The pistol is based on the proven design of the 2011 Wide Body Pistols.
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The pistol is mainly built using Solid Billet Parts manufactured by GUN & BELL CUSTOM PRECISION PARTS (GBC), all which carry a LIFE TIME WARRANTY (Excludes Wear & Tear) and the parts we don't manufacturer ourselves we used the best possible items available, like KKM Precision Barrels & Wolff Springs, Phoenix Trinity Grips and CK Arms Frames.
All GBC products are manufactured by the very latest CNC Machinery from either Solid Billet Titanium, 416 Bar Stock Stainless Steel, Solid Billet Aluminum 6061-7075 T6 and 4140/4340 Bar Stock High Carbon Steel
The new generation GBC 2011 CHAOS M38-11 Open Division Pistol has been re-designed with a number of new features not seen on IPSC Open Division Pistols before, built and intended for IPSC Matches and 3-Gun, designed for long service life, accuracy & reliability with high stability and steadiness when shooting quick & fast.
This pistol that's now available for sale is chambered in 38 Super.
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