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Thread: American Classic Commander review in our E-zine

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    American Classic Commander review in our E-zine

    Please use this thread to discuss our review of the American Classic Commander, as published in our E-zine.
    John Caradimas SV1CEC
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    Good review, well written with good pics. Would like to know what the internals were like however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchostler View Post
    Good review, well written with good pics. Would like to know what the internals were like however.
    In what way? What wasn't covered in the article?
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    Just a mention of detail given to internal parts like the sear, hammer, disconnector would be nice to know especially if firearm was used for carry.

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    Our reviewer's comment:

    "The small parts are MIM, as in all pistols in this price range. They were in no way out of the ordinary, neither better nor worse than anyone else's in the same price range."
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    Thanks for the information/explanation.

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