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    Default WWG-Colt Commander reliability job?

    Question for WWG...I am thinking of buying a Colt Commander 45ACP, 4.25 in from you. Would you recommend a "Reliability Job?" be done from the get-go?

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    Nope. Shoot the hell out of it first.....2000 plus rounds.

    You can even be as wild as me and dont clean it either

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    Very good advice!

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    How about I just get a Wilson or an Ed Brown and not shoot up $1000 of ammo... "first"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt-n-Fish View Post
    How about I just get a Wilson or an Ed Brown and not shoot up $1000 of ammo... "first"?
    Because based on Colts track record over the past few years, you probably wont need a tune...at all.

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    Thanks...that is what I wanted to hear. See you soon!

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    Bought a Colt Stainless Rail-Gun from Ken last year, had 3 Failure to feed's in the first 20rd's, none since and I have put just over 2k downrange. Shoot it is good advice, you are learning your gun, your sights etc. so for the price of a Wilson or Ed Brown, I have a known reliable gun that I have practiced with and know where it hits.
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