The Colt American 2000. It was introduced in 1990 when all the Wonder Nines were hitting the market. It was a Polymer frame, locked-breech, rotary barrel, semiautomatic 9mm with a magazine capacity of 15 rounds. There was also an Aluminum frame called the All American 2000. The pistol was designed by Reed Knight and Eugene Stoner of Knight's Armament, but once it was bought by Colt, Knight and Stoner had nothing to do with the final design. Originally the pistol was to have a 6 lbs trigger, but Colt saw fit to make it a 12 lbs trigger. Colt's hopes was for this pistol to enter the law enforcement market, as many police departments across the US were transferring from revolvers to semiautomatic. It ended up being an embarrassing failure. The pistol was plagued with reports of inaccuracy and unreliability, and suffered even more after having to be recalled in 1993 due to a safety issues. The American 2000 was in production from 1992 to 1994 with less then 20,000 manufactured. I had the pleasure of shooting one today. I can't say that it's a fun gun to shoot, it does have one of the worse triggers ever put in a pistol. I remember when this gun hit the market. There was high hopes for it, but it seems like disappointment was the only thing it delivered. Today they are sought after by Colt Collectors. I think they are the only ones that want them.