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    Another Question About Ejector Rod Heads

    I acquired a 1936 manufactured Detective Special with original finish. In looking at a lot of late 1920's and 1930's era Detective Special photos found on the internet I noticed that some have a color case hardened ejector rod head. Mine is full blued.

    A good example of a CCH head is shown by member crsides here:
    https://www.coltforum.com/forums/col...thread-34.html on Post # 332.

    Does anyone have any idea of when the change occurred ? I have an OMT .22 from 1932 with the CCH head.

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    Here are the DS pics mentioned above. This one letters to july 1930, for Harry Ward, Chief of Police, Davenport IA.

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