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I've been on a Colt binge lately. Here's one that I have really been enjoying. My eyesight has been deteriorating for the last few years,but this thing makes me look good (comparatively speaking,of course). The pics are by the seller. I'm not that talented. I also bought another of these as well,but this is the nicer of the two.






This is the other one,the "beater". :mrgreen:



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fat tom said:
I've been on a Colt binge lately. Here's one that I have really been enjoying. My eyesight has been deteriorating for the last few years,but this thing makes me look good (comparatively speaking,of course). The pics are by the seller. I'm not that talented. I also bought another of these as well,but this is the nicer of the two.





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FT,
Congratulations on a very desirable (and damned accurate) revolver.
I hear you on that 'eyes' thing...
My favorite range gun is a .38 Officers Model from 1936, and I can score better with it than any other gun I own.
Nothing more fun than a .22 ~
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Well Frank,I don't shoot a lot of paper anymore (too depressing),but turtles at 25 yards is NO PROBLEM! :mrgreen:
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F.T., that is about as pretty a Colt DA as I ever laid my eyes on. Almost too pretty to take
in the woods - then again, sometimes a few nicks and scratches add character and enlarge
tales of unbelievable shots - not that anyone of us would stretch the truth.
 
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