My first Colt, excellent condition, came with 5 mags(3 unused Wilsons), Ritchie Lightning holster and a Galco OWB holster, all with just about zero wear. Can't wait until I try this puppy..Paid 900.00 for it, hope it was a decent deal
Posts: 1852 | Location: Colorado | Registered: March 01, 2012
That's an excellent deal. I have been looking for exactly that deal for some time. They run $1100 - $1200 used around here and $1350+ new, depending on the volume discount the dealer can swing. For some of the smaller dealers, they are close to $1500 dealer cost.
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Posts: 10188 | Location: Central Florida | Registered: November 02, 2008
Originally posted by P320Mac: Is the Commander in 9mm or 45ACP? Is it a Light Weight, or heavy?
Have never been able to discover just what the differences are between Wiley Clapp Commander and the "regular" Commander. What do you think?
The Wiley Clapp Commander has some features I don't think are on a regular Commander. Undercut trigger guard, front strap checkering, small thumb safety and some odd looking grips (not the ones pictured) for starters.
Here is mine.....
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