Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and the average user rating of the Colt Combat Commander pistols.
The Colt Combat Commander is a 1911-style semi-auto pistol is built on either a carbon steel or a stainless steel frame with a blue or stainless finish, respectively. It’s now chambered in either .45 ACP or 9mm.
Standard features include:
- A steel slide, either stainless or carbon steel;
- a dual spring recoil system;
- a combat hammer; and
an undercut trigger guard.
Over the years, Colt has tweaked some of this gun’s features. Older Colt Commanders feature:
- A downswept beavertail grip safety;
- GI-style three dot sights; and
- GI-style rear slide grip serrations.
In contrast, new Colt Commanders feature:
- An upswept beavertail grip safety;
- Novak sights; and
- angled, wide slide grip serrations, either rear-only or front and rear.
Colt has offered a variety of grips for these guns, including custom black cherry G10 grips with the colt logo, double diamond rosewood grips and checkered rubber composite grips. It’s also offered either solid or three-hole triggers.
|.45 ACP||7+1||7.75″||4.25″||33 oz.|