John Browning’s 1911 pistol is undoubtedly one of the most influential handgun designs of all time. It’s no wonder so many companies have made their own versions of the 1911, so have the Viet Cong. Just like the homemade Glock from Russia, this pistol is pretty rough looking, and probably scary to shoot. This Viet Cong clone was brought back by a Vietnam War veteran who then sold it to Wartime Collectibles. The pistol has the basic shape of a 1911 but is missing a few features, most notably is the lack of a safety. It also has an external extractor and the mag release is located at the heel of the gun (just like the Walther P-38/P1). Even the magazines are pretty rough copies.