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  1. That's going to be a problem for me too, one of...

    That's going to be a problem for me too, one of the other pistols I acquired was a 38 super customized to shoot 38 spcl wadcutters for Bullseye shooting matches. It was such a good deal I couldn't...
  2. For sure better than a poke in the eye. I still...

    For sure better than a poke in the eye. I still need to get the .22 magazine from the seller to make it all complete. It is not a serial numbered or Ace marked conversion kit, it looks like a 50s...
  3. I got the pistol as part of a group of 3 1911s, ...

    I got the pistol as part of a group of 3 1911s, I might try selling the Conversion kit , and using the funds from that to get it nearer to what it would have been when it was original. I doubt I...
  4. After looking at the mark with a magnifying glass...

    After looking at the mark with a magnifying glass I do see the nose to nose broad arrows. The mark was double struck and not aligned on the second strike, so you actually see double lines on the...
  5. Possible 1914 Canadian Colt Goverment

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    Hello All,
    I am a fairly new member here, I enjoy the info and history I get to see on this forum.

    I just acquired a mixmaster Colt Government with serial # C 121xx. According to...
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    Just signed up

    Looks like a great site, as a Millsurp collector, I am sure I will get much helpful information on here,
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