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    American Classic Quality (?)

    Just received a replacment AC Commander. Take a look at these pics. Quality sure is not what I expected.
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    Welcome Rollie, but I'm not sure what you are after. To me, the question is how it shoots.
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      #3
      Re: American Classic Quality (?)

      I’ve had a Commander for a few years. Never had a hiccup with it.

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        Re: American Classic Quality (?)

        made in the Phillipines, internal tool marks?

        that's the difference between something made by an outfit like https://www.guncrafterindustries.com/1911models/

        FWIW all US made 1911's had internal tool marks until mfg'ing processes advanced to investment cast receivers & parts

        who's got a Kimber, what do they look like inside? just found this, https://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=15924

        those tool marks may just be the look of quality?

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          #5
          Re: American Classic Quality (?)

          It looks horrible, send it to me and I will make sure it is destroyed properly...

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            #6
            My Metroarms American Classic II purchased two years ago exhibits none of those tooling marks. Nada, zip. All smooth as a baby's butt. My gunsmith, a recognized 1911 specialist, told me the frame/slide/barrel and their fit on my gun was on par with his personal high-dollar Dan Wesson.

            But at least you know those parts were not cast and were machined.

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