Re: american classic commander advice
My Son bought one and it's a good entry level 1911. I decided to do some work on it to see if I could make it into a tack driver.
I fitted a NM barrel bushing, did a trigger job, welded the barrel hood and link legs and recut them for a proper fit. Then just worked on every piece of the pistol for accuracy and reliability. Gave him a new Wilson Combat mag and took it to the range.
The pistol would shoot a very tight group.
He sold the pistol a couple of weeks later at a very good profit. I was hoping he would hold onto the pistol a little longer to see how long it would hold the accuracy job. Oh, well.
I hope this helps.