Today, we have the Jim Boland-designed Mitchell Arms Alpha widebody pistol. If certain price-guides can be believed, this was cataloged from 1995 to 1997. However, any escaped from the factory for retail sales it would be news to me.
The Alpha had a weird set of design features. It could be user configured as either single-action, double-action only, or DA/SA. It could also accommodate either its proprietary 10-rd double stack magazine or any standard M1911 single-stack magazine. If you’ll remember, this was also a feature of Boland’s earlier “FK Gun.”
For the morbidly curious, here is Boland’s patent for the frame:
And here is Boland’s patent for the skirted 10-rd single-stack M1911 magazine shown in the 1995 advertisement: