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I know you photo whores are suckers for 1911 threads. Big Grin

I've got a two-tone Ruger LW and a stainless Colt Wiley Clapp....I think I need a blackened/blued Commander. And I'll be done. No more. Honest.

Suggestions?


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do something interesting...





Commander length STI Tactical 4.0 in 9mm, milled for a deltapoint pro, with a spare SVI iron sighted top end...


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Something like this one?

Royal Blue with African Elephany Ivory stocks




This one is not exactly blue or even black. The dark unpolished portions of the pistil nicely ofset the semi polished sections of the stainless construction





How do you feel about a Two Tone or even a reverse Two Tone?





Lastly there is this one that is finiished in Kimber's "KimPro" finish




This Les Baer Concept VII is finished in ble and wearing smooth amboyna burl grips



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I plan on picking up a Dan Wesson Specialist Commander one of these days.
 
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Confused ... Commander. Confused And I'll be done. Confused No more. Confused Honest. Confused

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Pants on fire.

You could always have one a 10mm and the other 17mach2.




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Dan Wesson?

 
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SIG GSR Revolution Carry?



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Last one? Really? I want one of those Wiley Clapps... and a Gold Cup...



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SAA, that royal blue commander is beautiful.



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How about one in .38 Super Big Grin



 
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I have a Colt Wiley Clapp LW Commander that I really like!
 
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The most beautiful black commander I think is the Ed Brown Kobra carry.
 
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Dan Wesson?



My vote!

I've had many different brands of Commanders. The Baers are high on the list but the DW Valor to me is fantastic!
 
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SAA, that royal blue commander is beautiful.
Thank you

His full size brother is on the desk in my study



A Royal Blue Colt and Ivory just look good together Smile


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It now has new Wilson grips. I'll have to take some new pics.





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Colt Gunsite Lightweight Commander...





 
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This one's full dust cover is something I've long liked the style of:

 
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I’d vote Dan Wesson Valor Commander or Colt Wiley Clapp Commander...or, those Baers pictured!



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My Nighthawk Custom GRPII (Commander Length .45 ACP) was the last duty weapon I carried as a LEO when I retired ten years ago. Its all steel, but I still carry it frequently. Plenty accurate and always reliable.



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