Err, you want one that shares magazines? Otherwise they already have their Colt Govt. Models of 1911. Double stacking a .45ACP is going to be a really hefty grip unless we use some sort of imperfect stack.
Machine carbines have supplanted rifles in many non-combat roles and taskings which in turn has allowed us to build up a useful war reserve of older bolt action rifles in 7mm Mauser as well as surplusage oddities like the M1915 Savage lever rifles and even older Peabody-Martinis. Next in line for surplusage are the Mannlicher M95 conversions. Our surplus policy is to open sales to service personnel and reservists, then the general public after a year and finally whatever is left after 2 years for export.
On a somewhat unrelated note, an Austrian chap named Thomanek has come to the Tankovina Institute of Sciences to pursue his idea for a 'hollow charge' armour piercing round using explosive energy to form some sort of penetrating jet of material. It looks like a way to converting chemical energy into a focussed kinetic effect which if true, will allow high levels of armour penetration without high kinetic energy in the projectile. Ideal for use with something like a rifle grenade.
Edited by Simon Tan, 11 February 2020 - 2148 PM.