Here we have a nice, shiny Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail (CBOB) in the good 'ole .45 chambering. I'm not the first owner, but the original owner only put around 200 rounds through her and I've only added 150 to what he did. The gun is in excellent condition with one blemish on the left side of the slide. You can see it in one of the pictures below. It is above and towards the rear of the slide catch notch. It isn't an idiot mark, but some sort of small scratch. I've run my fingernail across it and it doesn't catch so I'm fairly certain a little flitz and elbow grease would remove it. It's pretty minor and only shows if you get the lighting just-so, but I wouldn't feel right if I didn't try to point it out. This gun feels amazing in my hand and the trigger is lovely.
The ONLY reason I am looking to sell it is that, for some reason, this combination of bobtail, frame size, and grip safety causes the gun to consistently hit a nerve in my right palm when I shoot it. I've tried adjusting my grip, but the gun just wants to sit in my hand a certain way. I've shot plenty of other pistols, including 1911's, and this has never happened to me before. Hell, even a Ruger in .454 didn't do this (Hurt the hell out of my wrist though.) It makes me sad to say it, but this just isn't the pistol for me so I'm offering it up for sale. I'm asking for $950 shipped from an FFL. This includes the Wilson Combat 47D in the pictures, and I will throw in two 7rd. Ed Brown mags as well.
There really isn't anything more to say, so here are the pics. Ask if you want a different view and I'll see what I can do for ya: