My training with Storm Mountain Training Center, Suarez International, and Tactical Response has caused me to arrive at certain defensive handgun beliefs.
When I’m carrying concealed while doing outdoor photography, my first choice is a Colt Officer’s Model, so I was interested to see that Dan Wesson recently came out with the Dan Wesson Concealed Carry Officer (CCO) Bobtail–a 1911 with a Commander length barrel with an Officer’s Model frame. For those who like the balance of a longer barrel but who like the conceability of a smaller frame–and don’t mind one less round in the mag–this might be the piece for you.
Though I'm pretty new to posting here (been reading for quite a while), I've been impressed with the quality of insight and analysis available here. Specifically on the COTEP sub-forum. So instead of posting this on some of the other, more populated forums, I figured this thread deserved to be kept and populated in the place I felt was the higher-quality DW spot on the net.