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Which single sided thumb safety did DW use on the 9mm Valkyrie commander? Or which would be the best fitting to pick up to replace an ambi safety original owner had installed, but did not keep the original. I'm wanting to go back to single sided.

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What he said ^^^^^^^
 

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I felt th DW thumb safeties to be a bit "blocky" for my liking, so I replaced both on my Guardians with Wilson combat thumb safeties . I used the inexpensive versions, not the bullet proof. Both needed a tiny bit of fitting, but the finish matched acceptably.
 
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Make sure you ask for one of their new blended safeties. The older ones like yours, if it's like the one in post #2, aren't blended at all.
 

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I felt th DW thumb safeties to be a bit "blocky" for my liking, so I replaced both on my Guardians with Wilson combat thumb safeties . I used the inexpensive versions, not the bullet proof. Both needed a tiny bit of fitting, but the finish matched acceptably.
Could call DW and get a duty treated one or just order the blued safety from their webstore

http://shop.cz-usa.com/ProductDetail/DW00037C_1911-Single-Side-Thumb-Safety-Blued-Carbon-Steel

The Valkyrie didn’t use the same TS as the Guardian/Valor, which is the one in the link, it used a much thinner version (same one as on the ECO).
 
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