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I just took delivery of this new Gunsite. So far I've put a little over 200 rounds through her of different configurations with no problems. The Officer's frame carries very nicely in a Sparks IWB, a method of carry I usually fine discomfortable. The grip length helps.

On the drills I've been using the slight trigger creep does not matter. In fact, the creep seems to be almost non-existant at this time.

On the slide is marked CCO. What does that stand for?

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I'm pretty sure it stands for "Carry Concealed Officer". They are Commander-length slide on the shorter Officer model frame.
 

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According to Customer Service at Colt, CCO stands for "Colt Carry Officers".

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A check of the sites produced the real meaning of CCO. It is "Concealed Carry Officer". In one case it was so written on the slide. Case closed.
 
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