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New wood for the Colt Commander

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Mike1957, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. Mike1957

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    How does it shoot? Looks like the replacement rear sight is too high for the stock front. To each his own, but I'd prefer a set of grips that matched the patina on the gun.
     
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    Shoots dead on at 20 yards holding at 6 o`clock.
    But the small sights are hard to see, or I`m just spoiled by more modern sights.
     
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    Sweet. I've always wanted a Commander, but none have come my way when I had money to spend.
     
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    I LIKE. Looks nice.

    (if we are going to be spoilers.. ummm line up the screw heads with the wood) :D
     
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    Very nice. Congratulations!
     
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    Mike1957

    If that's an MMC rear sight, with the standard factory front sight, then I have the exact same one on my Combat Commander. Mine also shoots to center at 7 yards with a six o'clock hold, with a definite preference for 185 to 200 gr. ammo. And yes, that front sight is hard to see but the gun is so incredibly accurate that I don't want to change it.

    I like the new grips too. What kind of wood is that?
     
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