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PRE WAR
bright blue finish
sharp cornered borders to checkering
patent dates on barrel
front sight pined to barrel
MADE IN USA on right side of frame
knob on end of extractor rod
flat faced hammer no internal hammer block
1935 gun

TRANSITIOAL
matte blue finish hammer & reboundslide pins polished to frame
rounded corners to checkering borders some will have magna grips
no patent dates on barrel
front sight forged with barrel
4 line adress on right side of frame
no knob on extractor rod
modern type hammer face hammer block working off rebound slide
1952 gun
 

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xtimberman said:
A really fine pair of Kit Guns!

Do you ever shoot 'em? If so, how would you compare and contrast the DA trigger pulls?

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I have never shot them
 

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David
Great gun ,I watched the auction on the other one you got it for a bargin an a box to boot.
I don't find the USRA sight to be less common than the patridge it was a catalog item an is the only sight I have seen on a transitional.
James
 
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