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Codename Duchess
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Was just on DW's website and saw their new models posted. No updates to the old models, like a 9mm Valor, so maybe those will come later.

Dan Wesson Bruin (10mm & .45)

With more folks than ever choosing to hunt with a handgun and the continuing resurgence of the 10mm cartridge, we decided it was time to bring the heat. Our first long-slide 1911, the Bruin was born to hunt. The long slide means a long sight radius and the 6.3″ barrel within allows full-power 10mm loads as much time as possible to use their powder charge. Fully adjustable tritium sights ensure when shooting hours arrive, you’ll be able to see the sights. Not only that, but we’re using a tritium/fiber optic combo front sight to make sure the front glows day or night.



Dan Wesson Valkyrie Commander (.45 & 9mm)

Sharing the features that make the Valkyrie one of our most popular CCW 1911s, the Valkyrie Commander simply adds an aluminum Commander-length frame, making it ideal for folks who need a bit more purchase than an Officer-size frame allows. From the 25 LPI checkering to carry cuts on the slide and tactical tritium sights, the Valkyrie Commander makes a perfect 1911 for concealed carry.



Dan Wesson Valor Commander (.45 & 9mm)

We’ve seen a steady increase in the number of requests we get for a non-bobbed Valor Commander, so for 2016 it round out our Valor series. What sets the Valors apart from the rest of our 1911 lineup is the sheer amount of time spent hand-polishing, hand-fitting and finishing. Not only do they get the best quality parts, they get the most individual attention of any model we make.


Dan Wesson Discretion (.45 & 9mm)

With suppressors becoming more and more mainstream, the Discretion’s match-grade stainless barrel is extended and threaded to make it a ready host. Its aggressively-ported slide, serrated trigger and competition-inspired hammer give it a look all of its own, making it stand out in our line of 1911s. High tritium sights allow for sighting over the top of most pistol suppressors, with a rear designed so that the slide can be racked on a belt if using the pistol one-handed.

 

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I contacted them, they've been building Valors, VBOBs, Specialists, etc in 9mm for over a month. Supposed to start shipping to distributors at some point next month. They just haven't added the new calibers for existing models on the site yet for whatever reason.
 

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I contacted them, they've been building Valors, VBOBs, Specialists, etc in 9mm for over a month. Supposed to start shipping to distributors at some point next month. They just haven't added the new calibers for existing models on the site yet for whatever reason.
I'm keeping an eye out for a 9mm CCO or Valkyrie.
 

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I think the CCO is about the only model they're NOT doing in 9mm, but they will build one on a custom order. The 9mm Valkyrie appeals to me, too.
 

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Looks like they have started blending the thumb safeties a bit better.

A round butt would really top off the ValCom.
 
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