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An evolutionary chart of sorts, from top left to bottom right:
Early 1900 Sight Safety, Late 1900 Sight Safety Altered, Early 1902 Sporting, Late 1902 Sporting,
Early 1902 Military (Army Contract), Late 1902 Military, Early 1905 Military w/stock cut and Browning Patent slide, Late 1905 Military with swivel (British),
Remington UMC 1911, Colt 1911-A1 (1943), National Match Gold Cup (1960), USMC M45A1 (decomm)

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Thanks for adding . We all like what we like . I didn’t know if I had 12 black or blue pistols.
Hobbies & interests are made to share . We please ourselves and take pride .
Thought was a good opportunity for a photo in the addiction to Colt Firearms.
 
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