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I have a 1873 colt SAA made in 1907 . Now my question is on the trigger guard on the left side in back it has a (T) stamp what does that mean.
 

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I have had a lot of these guns and I have not seen a (T) on the rear of the trigger guard on left side
 

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I have a lot mix info on this mark here is what pne guy told me . The left rear trigger guard is stamped “T”, which some think means that the gun was “Targeted” and came with a test target. In the past, I have not seen any “T” stamped guns described as such in a factory shipping letter. It would seem that the “Targeted” process would be an extra cost. . ALL MATCHING NUMBERS . THIS GUN HAS TWO
 

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Saintclair I understand what you are saying but why is it on so few of the trigger guard . You are more up to date then I am and again I think you are right but what does the (T) mean
 
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