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Miami Vice - Frank White's Colt Combat Commander
The customized Colt pistol was used by Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Frank E. White and was used in a number of cases involving drug interdiction in Florida.
Colt's Combat Commander pistol was a steel frame handgun offered in .45 ACP, .38 Super, 9mm (Steyr and Parabellum), and .30 Luger chamberings. The steel frame Commander variant first became available with Colt Series 70 line of Government and Commander pistols.