COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80
COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80
COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80
COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80
COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80
COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80

COLT COMBAT COMMANDER MK IV SERIES 80

SKU GDC0000001437

used good

Out of stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Colt Commander is a family of 1911 semi-automatic pistols chambered in a number of calibers. Originally designed for use by the U.S. military, the Colt Commander has a 4.25” barrel and white dot sights. Custom G10 grips and an Upswept Beavertail grip safety ensure a firm steady grasp. The dual spring recoil system reduces felt recoil for a more comfortable use in concealed carry situations or other uses.

• White dot sights
• Upswept Beavertail grips
• Aluminum or steel frame

Seller Description

The Colt Combat Commander MK IV is a single-action semi-automatic pistol chambered in 38 Super. A 4" barrel is adorned with a fixed white-dot sights, while this blued steel framed gun has a skeletonized trigger. This excellent self-defense weapon comes with a polymer Hogue grip installed and a grooved mainspring housing ensures a steady grasp. -Fixed white-dot sights -Blued steel frame -Polymer Hogue grip -Grooved mainspring housing

Modifications

1-9 Rd Magazine, Hogue Grip Installed

UPC GDC0000001437
Caliber 38 SUPER
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 9 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 4 BARREL
Weight 2.2













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