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Old 06-03-2012, 05:12 PM   #21
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If your query is serious, this, IMO is the best carry Colt out there today:

The Wiley Clapp TALO/Colt 21st Century Commander
What the length on that one? Do you own it?
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Seems like people are answering your question, what the problem is? I think you're good with any Colt.

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The Gold Cup is a great gun. I absolutely love mine.
Yeah thats a pretty sweet gun. How much did that set you back?
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What the length on that one? Do you own it?
It's a Commander size, 4.25" barrel with a FS/LW receiver. (Officer size receiver 1911's have too short of a grip for my taste.)



The Colt 21st Century Wiley Clapp Commander

  • Suggested Retail $1379
  • Series '70 style action with no firing pin safety and improved trigger pull
  • Alloy receiver for a light pistol that carries easy
  • Original style small safety, slide lock and magazine catch, no extensions
  • Colt's National Match Barrel
  • Long black trigger, flat S&A mainspring housing
  • Colt's new beavertail grip safety for comfort in long shooting sessions
  • Special Novak sights – extra-wide notch and bead front for any-light shooting
  • Tactical Oval grips with forward taper and fingerprint checkering
  • Pete Single 25 lpi checkering on the pistol's front-strap
  • Special factory serial number run
Part# 04840WC

Everything I want in a carry gun, and nothing I don't need!

Yes, I own it.
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Which Colt 1911 should I get?
Any of them, don't think you could go wrong with any model lol.
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Yeah I have pretty big hands so the 1911 grips would affect me as well

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Yeah thats a pretty sweet gun. How much did that set you back?
You would be looking around $1000.
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You would be looking around $1000.
Hey thats less then what I was thinking it would be.
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I would recommend either of these 2 Combat Elite and Combat Commander both under $1,000ea



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I would recommend either of these 2 Combat Elite and Combat Commander both under $1,000ea
Those are some good looking firearms.
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