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     Sgt. Mike 
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    After my retirement, and now working at a gun shop.. lol kinda like the fox guarding the hen house.

    Another will so follow me home it is a 1903 Colt hammerless in 32 ACP Why? well one I’ve always wanted one . Two it was priced well enough for a shooter grade. The one that I picked up date of manufacture was 1928, absolutely no remaining factory finish little pitting considering, excellent bore, shoots extremely well. just a solid shooter. In the observations of Gen Patton is just a great social pistol in the pocket.

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     kens 
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    Sometimes they follow you home like a lost pup !!??

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     Goodsteel 
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    Congratulations Sarge. Those old Colt pistols were just solid class.

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