Turnbull Commander Model 1911 2015 Frames – Sold
Turnbull Commanders are built to closely resemble Colt’s first production in 1950, and include some complementary features found on original WWI-era 1911s. The semi-auto 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
- Deep cut 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
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.