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This is nicer than I thought it could be. According to R.L. Wilson's book it was made about June of 1017. Issued to a field grade officer at Ft. Huachuca. He retired in Tucson and had the gun converted to 45 L Colt by Bob Jenson who was a Colt dealer in the late 40's. It locks very tight, bore is perfect, and Real Ivory grips are fitted perfectly.
 

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Howdy Mr Threefeathers,

Thanks for sharing that classy lady with us sir. You do indeed appear to have found a keeper. Being a fellow Arizonan I also appreciate the historical info you were able to track down. I also think the work done to convert it to 45 Colt would also make it a great shooter too.

Enjoy her sir. I do not know if you intend to shoot that one or simply enjoy looking at it. If you do shoot her, please share your thoughts with us.

Again congradualtions on a very nice find.

twoguns
 

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Hello Mr. Threefeathers,

Very nice revolver, please resize your picture to our 640x480 guidelines.

Best and thank you,

Chris
 

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Howdy Mr. Threefeathers,

At your request I did delete your pic. Please resize and repost it. A revolver like that one in my opinon truly should be enjoyed by our members.

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