No problem with the gun definitions and I get your point.
But..Experts believe that the naked eye – a normal eye with regular vision and unaided by any other tools – can see objects as small as about 0.1 millimeters. A trained eye can easily detect .010" difference in small object sizes. .02" bigger frame windows might be invisible to some and glaringly obvious to others.
That said, the obvious error might make one question the accuracy of your entire statement
Last edited by Cozmo; 07-12-2019 at 05:35 PM.
Add: the .38-40 round is too weak. But the .38-40 round is very powerful.
Originally Posted by azshot
It's just a .38
I have no idea where that machining line is today.............it could be in New Britain, at Standard,..........or if could be in Italy.......Somewhere, I think I heard Italy.........Doug and Pete will know.
Pete lives a few miles away from me...............I haven't seen (or bothered) him in quite a few years..............I think I need to call and touch base with him.
Last edited by Tomray; 07-15-2019 at 01:28 PM.
Ive got a half dozen Colts, a few USFA's but this Standard is the best finished out of the box gun Ive ever owned.
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FAQ: "27. Is the gun sighted for windage and elevation?Yes, the guns are shot in a steady rest vice at 20 yards, and sighted in with Remington 250grain lead, 45 Colt ammunition."