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    The muzzle wear is from being in a holster while riding a horse. Constant up and down motion over several years. Pretty common on these old revolvers. My Colt Navy has the same wear pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    The muzzle wear is from being in a holster while riding a horse
    About what I expected.

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