Detonics Combat Master Early Model Pat Pend

Detonics Combat Master Early Model Pat Pend

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    Detonics Combat Master Early Model Pat Pend

    I am picking up a Detonics Combat Master on Monday.. It's an early model I know because it says
    Pat Pend. The serial number is a low 3xxx number and they started there SN at 2xxx. It is blued.
    Does anyone know about these. From what I read so far I think it is a Collectors Gun Any idea's??
    I traded my Pre Lock S&W 686 Stainless 357 for it.
    It's a pretty clean pistol is all I. Know.
    Any info or facts on this would really be appreciated.


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    I believe sonny crocket used one in miami vice

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    That's Funny. I just read that when you posted it. I am still trying to find about what year this one is. I read they started there SN at 2000 saved the previous numbers for special edition and such. So mine is about the 1,100 the one produced

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    I own one in stainless steel. I retired it this past year when I purchased my XDs .45. It was/is a great gun that has served me well since 1982. Bought it from a GOOD friend for $300 dollars, when he was moving back to Canada (gun laws there suck!). I realized it was becoming to valuable to carry, so now it's a safe queen. It deserved a retirement, as it has served me well. In the course of owning it I have managed to pick up about 1/2 dozen factory mags over the years. they went in and out of business several times, which is a shame as they were on the cutting edge of sub compact 1911's. and VERY well made.

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    image.jpg
    Here it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by rksebring View Post
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    Here it is
    VERY nice. Clean with very little slide wear.

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    Thank You

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    They were very nicely made in there day.
    I would not have traded the .357 for it, and instead would have "found" other funds and allocated them to its purchase.
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