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Thread: Norinco M-1911A1C 'Commander' .45 ACP

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    Norinco M-1911A1C 'Commander' .45 ACP

    hi ,

    Norinco M-1911A1C 'Commander' .45 ACP
    also could you pls let me know if its Parkerized?

    thks

    AJ

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    hi
    i am sorry , i forgot to ask my question
    are you getting any more Norinco M-1911A1C 'Commander' .45 ACP
    also could you pls let me know if its Parkerized?

    thks

    AJ

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    Lots of places have the new commander in stock.

    It is blued, and an enhanced model then what is on Marstar's website, I believe.

    Here is the new one.

    http://www.theammosource.com/index.p...roducts_id=400

    Better sights, Better fit and finish, Beavertail grip safety, front slide serations, and a strange trigger guard. LOL

    Not sure if Marstar has em though.
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    Just Blued.
    The sooner, the faster.

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    This is my first 1911 which is better the original 1911 or the commander ?
    Thanks

    Aj

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    Most people would say the full length one is better for a 1st 1911. But honestly, I don't think it matters too much. Get what ever looks / feels better to you.

    I believe Jeff Cooper carried a light weight commander. Yet he recommended a full length 1911 over a steel frame commander due to the longer sight radius.

    Read as much Jeff Cooper as possible.
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    thanks

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