Turnbull Commander Model 1911 2015 Frames (Heritage Frame Availaible) Built to Order

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Description

The frames on these guns are 2015 models and have not been colored yet.  This gives you the option of either a blued frame or a case colored frame.  The price difference between the 2 frames is listed below.  For further questions, please call.

These accurate reproductions of the iconic Commander 1911 closely replicates the look and feel of Commander models built during WWI era.  The pistol is hand polished before our classic charcoal blue finish is applied.
  •  4.25 inch barrel
  •  Novak 3 dot sight
  •  Commander style hammer
  •  Safety lock is an early style with a knurled undercut thumb-piece
  •  American Black Walnut hand checkered, double diamond grips
  •  WWI style ejection port
  •  Solid one piece steel trigger
  •  Turnbull Turning Bull trademark on left of slide behind serrations
  •  Doug Turnbull inspector stamp
  •  Includes 2 two-tone magazines
  •  Available in .45 ACP
All components are made in the U.S.A
 

Additional information

Log Number NA000002
Weight 34.5 oz
Inventory Status

Current Inventory

Types

Make

Turnbull

Model

1911

Action

Semi-Automatic

Caliber

.45 ACP

Barrel Length

4.25"

Sights

Novak 3-Dot

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1 review for Turnbull Commander Model 1911 2015 Frames (Heritage Frame Availaible) Built to Order

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    PD Dickens

    Not sure if I’m the one to review this 1911 but I’ll give it a go. My wife wanted a unique item for her gift to me for our 30th anniversary. I think she found it with the Turnbull Commander. The gun was found reportedly new in Spring ,Texas. She purchased and gave to me right away. I have shot 1911’s for many years and found this one to be easy to handle and accurate. The finish is excellent except for two spots; on either side of the frame directly in front of the slide release. Looks like they might be heat blemishes but I don’t know. This 1911 is expensive but worth every penny because it made my wife happy to get it for me. I’m proud to have it. I have a son, son in law and grandsons and I’m sure its heirloom quality will be appreciated by them. I look forward to many years of enjoyment with this fine 1911, that I am very proud to be the owner of.

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