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Colt CCO 45 ACP

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The Colt CCO was the first gun to mate the Commander-length slide to the Officerís Model frame. This gave a clean design that, with its aluminum-alloy frame, made this smaller 1911 easy to pack all day. The gun features Ahrends Tactical wood grips and some engraving.

Colt CCO 45 ACP

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The Colt CCO is significantly smaller and a good deal lighter than the full-size 1911, shown behind the CCO. The CCO did not have an ambidextrous safety.
Some of the innards of the Colt were treated with Robarís NP 3 process. These include the outside of the barrel, the bushing, magazine, and spring guides.

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