How much does a Colt Combat Commander weight?

33 oz.
Colt Combat Commander Specs Weight (Unloaded): 33 oz.

Can a Kimber Pro Carry 2?

The Pro Carry II (Two-Tone) is a hallmark of Kimber quality, complete with a brush-polished carbon slide, aluminum frame and smooth/checkered rosewood grips.

Is the Kimber Pro Carry 2 a compact?

Ideal for concealed or backup carry, the Kimber® Ultra Carry II Semi-Auto Pistol features a compact aluminum frame with short grip for easy concealment.

Is the Colt Commander A 1911?

The Colt Commander is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, and recoil-operated handgun based on the John M. Browning designed M1911. It was the first mass-produced American pistol with an aluminium alloy frame and the first Colt pistol to be chambered in 9mm Parabellum. A MK IV .

When was the Colt Commander made?

The Colt Commander Model was first produced in 1949 as a lightweight variation of the popular Colt Model 1911 automatic pistol. It was produced in a new aluminum alloy that made it significantly lighter than the typical all-steel construction. In 1970 an all-steel version appeared, known as the Combat Commander.

What is a Colt Commander barrel length?

Specifications. Barrel length. 4.25 in (107.95 mm)

What’s the barrel length on a Colt Combat Commander?

Evolving from the legendary Colt 1911, the Commander is not a lot different from that storied gun – the most obvious difference is that the Commander has a 4.25-inch barrel as opposed to the 5-inch one in the 1911 – but it has gained a reputation in its own right as a tough, reliable pistol.

What is the difference between Kimber Pro Carry and Ultra Carry II?

Pro Carry is full size frame (alloy) and 4″ slide. Ultra Carry is officer frame and 3″ barrel.

Is a Kimber Pro Carry a 1911?

Description. Kimber® has gained a solid reputation for manufacturing highly accurate M1911-style pistols, offered with a wide range of custom features direct from the factory.

Is Kimber Pro Carry 2 full size?

An ideal choice for concealed carry, personal defense or general use, the Pro Carry II combines a 4-inch match grade carbon steel barrel with a full-length grip, giving i near-perfect balance.

What’s the difference between a 1911 Government and Commander?

The 1911 Commander is just a compact version of the 1911 Government, sporting a shorter barrel and slide, introduced in 1950. It shares the same frame, trigger assembly, and magazine with the Government.