Nice grab. I prefer a bit more cant. Zip up your pants and who stole Butt??Getting back to the OP's subject, I have seen the light on carrying cocked and locked. The problem was that my choice of holster was designed by someone who never owned or carried a 1911.
It came equipped with a retention thumb break strap set up for hammer down. I don't mind the thumb break so much but it won't work cocked and locked.
I dropped some exess gear at my friends gun show display today and found a black De Santes 1CL 85 in great condition for $20. It IS meant for cocked and locked carry.
The fit and finish is outstanding. It tucks the gun in nice and tight and works very well on the draw and reholstering.
For the OP, Trivia question: What is a Carry weapon that is not in condition 1?