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Volkmann Custom Inc. Combat Custom 45 ACP

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Volkmann does a lot of hand fitting on his pistols, which adds significantly to the cost, which we thought ended up a bit too high. What you get is a very accurate, well-fitted handgun that will last several lifetimes. The extra-cost Robar NP3 finish will let the gun look great even as it ages. the grips are well-checkered cocobolo. Note the absence of forward slide serrations.

Volkmann Custom Inc. Combat Custom 45 ACP

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Both the Les Baer on the left and Volkmann had completely rounded front ends to prevent holster cutting. We would not spend $100 for the Volkmann’s front cap setup, though it did look nice in NP3.
The top of the Combat Custom’s slide was serrated to cut glare, and the ejection port had no sharp edges. The rear sight was partially rounded and had the corners of the rear blade beveled for better vision, but it could still cut your hands.

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