Gun Report

American Classic Commander ACC45C 45 ACP

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A-
The American Classic is a fine variant of the Commander with excellent fit and finish and no sharp edges. Our only ding is the lack of a serrated front grip strap. The trigger was crisp, and the three-dot sights were very good.

American Classic Commander ACC45C 45 ACP

Gun Details

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Span Single

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The metro American Classic had the longest beavertail. Note the interior of the hammer and the aesthetic webbing; we either hated it or loved it. The rear portion of the rear sight is serrated to reduce glare.
The American Classic uses a standard GI-style recoil spring plug.
In hand, the American Classic has the feel of a full-size 1911.

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