Well, here it is in a nutshell....I'm a Glock fan. Trained so much with them that I trust them like the back of my own hand. I only have one non Glock handgun and that's my Ruger LC9 (summer carry). Last year I sold my SA Mil Spec 1911 and put a 21SF on the want list and filled that order last month. Don't get me wrong, I shot well with the 1911, but I still like my Glocks... rack it and run em. In the heat of the moment, I don't want to be fumbling with safeties....ect. Training eliminates 99% of these problems, but "FOG of war /tunnel vision" is a real event and can mean the difference between life...or death. However...yesterday my Uncle informed me he has his Colt Commander on consignment at the LGS. He purchased it new 30 years ago. Only modifications to the Colt are Bomar adjustable sights, extended slide / thumb release and a spring kit. Given the chance....would you add the Colt, or pass? This was not on the things to do list before Nov. elections, but it's not often my Uncle let's go of a firearm. I'm not sure what a 30 year old Colt Commander goes for today, (not important , I'm not looking to turn it for $$). Here is a pic of the Colt. TIA for your input.