I'm missing my Colt LW Commander. I received a new one just after Christmas on a trade. I LOVED the way it felt and being a LW, it even carried well. My favorite thing though was the looks, I love the Colt blue. But then I shot it. It seemed to feed well but it failed to eject mil-surp ammo fairly often. On top of that I couldn't hit the broad side of a barn with it. I tried to stay with it through about 200 rounds, almost all mil-surp ammo, with several FTE's. Some of the ammo has a green tarnish on it. The trigger was also VERY mushy, not crisp at all. I gave-up on it and traded for a G21. The 21 fed everything/everytime and will hold twice the groups that Commander did. The problem is, I miss my Commander. I want it back, but can't explain why really. I just loved that gun. I'm fairly certain the FTE's were the ammo's fault. The problem is, I have several thousand rounds of it. The biggest concern for me was the accuracy, there wasn't any. My 21 will shoot circles around it. My question is, if I would have called Colt would they have helped me, or in your opinion, would they have told me it's the ammo, and then stated that the accuracy and trigger was within spec's? Any help is appreciated, and all opinions are welcomed.