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Type: Semiautomatic
Quality: C Quality Item.png
Magazine Size: 7
Max Ammo: 200
Reload Time: 1.25s
DPS: 26.0 (Manual)
20.4 (Automatic)
Damage: 8
Fire Rate: 0.15 (Manual)
0.25 (Automatic)
Shot Speed: 23
Range: 60
Force: 30
Sell Creep Price: 21 Money.png
Ammonomicon Entry
The ancient design fires simple lead projectiles from a moderately-sized clip. In the right hands, this weapon is a force to be reckoned with.

M1911 is a gun in Enter the Gungeon.


Unused or Altered Synergies


  • The in-game description erroneously refers to the M1911's magazine as a clip.
  • The Synergy.png Pulp Gungeon synergy is referencing character Vincent Vega's use of a M1911 in the film Pulp Fiction.
  • The 1911 is based on the ubiquitous 45. ACP handgun of the same name in real life.
  • This gun is one of the six guns wielded by the Beholster.
  • If the Synergy.png Pulp Gungeon synergy is active, and the player has the Cat Bullet King Throne, the orbiting gun will shoot a stream of bullets at the cursor location while the player dodge rolls.
  • The Synergy.png Mmmmmmmmm MMMMmm! synergy is likely a reference to the distinctive guitar notes prefacing each verse in "Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Both the song and all three guns are heavily associated with the Vietnam War.
  • The M1911 does not appear in Exit the Gungeon, however it still exists in the assets and text string database of the game. Like all real-world guns in Exit the Gungeon, the unused M1911 has a different name in the Apple Arcade string database, where it is called the Standard Issue.

See also