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Colt Announces Updated Combat Commander

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WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Colt continues to update and upgrade its product line with the release of the newly updated Combat Commander®. Designed for the 1911 enthusiast who wants something more compact for concealed carry, the Combat Commander® now features the same upgraded ergonomics as the Colt Lightweight Commander® and Colt Competition Pistol™.



"The Combat Commander® has always been a great carry firearm for self defense," said Justin Baldini, Product Director for Colt. "What differentiates this updated model from its predecessor are the great features we've been rolling out on much of our line that shooters really enjoy. The new Combat Commander® features an upswept beavertail grip safety and undercut trigger guard to allow users to get good purchase on the grip, and our great Colt G10 grips. Felt recoil is lessened by our Dual Spring Recoil System™, which aids in shot recovery, keeping you on target in those critical moments. All that with a 4.25" barrel, which is .75" shorter than a standard Government Model®."

The newly redesigned Combat Commander® features blued carbon steel construction, wide angled cocking serrations and Novak LoMount sights. It is available in 9mm (O4942XE) and .45 ACP (O4940XE), and has an MSPR of $949.

About Colt's Manufacturing Company LLC
Colt's Manufacturing Company LLC is one of the world's leading designers, developers and manufacturers of firearms. The company has supplied civilian, military and law enforcement customers in the United States and throughout the world for more than 175 years. Our subsidiary, Colt Canada Corporation, is the Canadian government's Center of Excellence for small arms and is the Canadian military's sole supplier of the C7 rifle and C8 carbine. Colt operates its manufacturing facilities in West Hartford, Connecticut and Kitchener, Ontario. For more information on Colt and its subsidiaries, please visit www.colt.com.



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