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The Commander model 1911 is basically an M1911A1 with a 4.25" barrel (instead of 5") produced in various styles since 1951, and was chambered in 9x19 mm Parabellum, .45 ACP and .38 Super. The original aluminum framed "Commander" was renamed the "Lightweight Commander" in 1970, when the "Combat Commander", an all steel version, was introduced.

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These "collet" bushings worked well but were prone to breaking due to being smaller than the slide diameter, hence the original bushing was made standard once again in 1988.

The Colt MK IV Series 80 was first produced in 1983 to replace the Series 70 and is notoriously known as the first 1911 to make major improvements to the design.

Also the series 80's had three dot sights, unlike the old fashioned iron sights.

Much like the Series 70, this gun was also sold with the "collet" type barrel bushing until 1988.

Being most 1911 manufacturers pistols are based off the M1911A1 platform.

The Colt MK IV Series 70 was an improvement over the M1911A1/Government Model by redesigning the barrel bushing to grip the barrel and give the production gun much improved accuracy.

Countless foreign copies are also in circulation, including Llamas, Mausers, and Argentinian clones. Note: many in the list below could actually be Colt Mark IV Series 70/80 Government Models, Springfield Armory, or another manufacturer, instead of a former military issued M1911A1, unless it is a war film.

Despite being over 100 years old, the 1911 pistol continues to be manufactured with almost no major design changes, and has proven itself as one of the most popular handguns ever made. Since the markings of the gun aren't always clear, M1911A1 is a catch-all term.

Instead of the old hook style, the flat-top style was made to eliminate the problem of the hook breaking when the hammer slipped and fell to half cock.

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