Hi all, I have (what I thought was) a Colt Lightweight Commander (CLWxxxxxx serial #). Colt's website lookup service tells me it is a "1969 COMMANDER." Not lightweight commander, just commander. Yet my understanding is that Colt "Commanders" were made until 1969, then they split into "Combat Commanders" and "Lightweight Commanders" beginning in 1970. I assumed the "CLW" prefix was specifically for Colt Lightweight Commander, so I'm confused that Colt's site would tell me the gun was from 1969. Was "CLW" used in pre-1969 Commander serial #s? If so, I guess this gun would be a last-year production of the "Commander" before they made the model differentiation. I can see how a "1970 model-year" gun could be made in 1969 (and then retailed in 1970 as the first year of sales), but if that's the case, what do I call my gun, a 1969 or a 1970 production? Is it date of production or date of hitting the market that matters? Thanks.