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17th February 2005, 12:03
COLT MADE A MODEL NAMED "TACTICAL I, II AND III." NOT MANY WERE MADE AND ALL WERE TOP OF THE LINE FROM COLT. The TACTICAL III, WAS THE BEST OF THEM. They were not listed in COLT catalog, but were offered from one of my wholesale houses. I know what I paid for it back then, and never been able to find another, or any history on them. Can anyone put a value or were I might buy another one? Knowing only afew were made in all models, but I could find room for another? :confused: THANKS
18th March 2005, 21:46
i now know of someone ELSE to own one of these...
according to Fjestad's 22nd
MODEL M1911A1 CUSTOM TACTICAL GOV'T - LEVEL I
.45ACP cal.,designed for tactical competition. Commander style hammer, beveled/contoured mag. well, nylon flat mainspring housing, ambidextrous safety, long nylon trigger with over-travel stop, available in Officer's or Commander's length. Introduced in 1998.
MSRP $730 100% $640 98% $560
Custom Tactical Gov't Model-Level II
similar to Level I, except has Videcki long aluminum trigger with over-travel stop, Heine fixed combat sights, Colt match grade barrel bushing, high-ride grip safety with palm swell, double diamond stocks. Introduced 1998
MSRP $935 100% $825 98% $750
Custom Tactical Gov't. Model-Level III
similar to Level II, except has Bo-Mar adj. rear sight, super match hammer. Introduced 1998.
MSRP $1,350 100% $1,150 98% $1,025
I got my Level III when a co-worker died. Another co-worker was selling off a collection of 1911s for the widow. I was offered this one for $750 and a hardchromed Special Combat for $850. when i came in with the money the guy had found a reciept for the SC at $1,350. He said if it was his he'd sell it for the original offered price but since it the proceeds were going to the widow he wanted what was originally paid. i didnt have the extra money so i didnt get it...
I still havent fired my Tactical and it came with rubber grips. Ive never seen nor heard of any others, till now....
18th March 2005, 22:58
Thank You All For Your Input On This Fine Hard To Fine Colt. I Own Many Semi/auto 45 Cal. Out Of Them All, None Shoots As Dead On At A Distance Like This Model. If Another Were To Cross My Path, It Would Be Hard Not To Pick Up Another. Again Thanks, This Is Why This Web Site Is Number One.
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