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Hollywood Crime Dramas and the Colt Model 'M'

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    I love colts great guns guys. This is my 32 hope you like it.
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    Beautiful .32's in the boxes guys ! They're a great little gun !

    I'm sure both boxed type shown are somewhat later
    specimens with the "long-print" roll engraving.

    I read somewhere that these were produced in higher numbers
    than any other Colt pistol, followed by the Single Action "Peacemaker".

    I'll post mine in a bit..........





    Regards,



    Steve.

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    Quote by Bill Grist View Post
    I would think your grandfather's Colt could really relate some great stories... Nice family keepsake...BILL
    I wish they could talk! My grandfather died a few years before I was born, so I never got any stories directly from him. I did hear from my dad that my grandfather did have to shoot and kill a man with the pearl handled one. About six months after my grandfather retired, a man came into the restaurant my grandfather was managing and pulled a gun on him. Somehow, my grandfather got the drop on him.

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