There were four manuals that Colt used for the New Frontier .22 revolver that was made in the 1970's.
The first one was factory code number "FS-1000-1 12/69". This manual was the same one used for the later F and K series Frontier Scouts. See first photo. This is a four part foldout, printed on both sides and is about 4 inches wide by about 9 inches tall.
The second one was factory code number "NF-1000 4/72". Obviously, this manual was introduced in 1972 about a year after the introduction of the revolver itself. It is blue and white and is rather hard to find these days. See the second photo. It is the same layout and size as the Frontier Scout manual.
Since your gun is in the early two piece box, one of these manuals would be correct for your gun depending on when it was made. That would be determined by the serial number of the revolver.
When Colt introduced the styrofoam box with the woodgrain paper shell (about 1974), they also introduced a new manual. It was a small (3 by 4 1/2 inches) blue stapled booklet with factory code number 94851. There were actually two versions of this manual; one was used with the WC-68 warranty card and a later one had a warranty card attached as the last page of the manual.
I have attached photos of the manuals to this post.
By the way, I have examples of all these manuals available for sale as well as WC-68 complete warranty cards. I collect the Frontier Scout, Buntline Scout, Peacemaker .22 and New Frontier .22 revolvers and always try to have some extra manuals on hand. You can contact me directly at [email protected]
- - Buckspen