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    "Commanding Officer" -type 1911s

    I'm interested in getting a commanding officer-type 1911. I love the current Colt Wiley Clapp version, but I don't want an alloy frame. Are there any decent base guns out there that fit the bill, other than spending $3000 on a Wilson Combat? Any good smiths that will cut a commander magwell down to officer's length?

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    Dan Wesson makes a few CCO guns. If I remember correctly they are steel framed, but most will be alloy since they are marketed as carry guns.

    I do know Les Bartís Stinger is an all steel CCO but you are looking at a little over 2k.


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    For future reference, a Commanding Officer is a commander frame and an officer slide. A CCO, or Concealed Carry Officer is the other way around
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    Aluminum is the better material, IMO. I’m interested why you want steel...

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