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Real Claasic revolver. I have a 4" with the full checkered stocks also and it is a great shooter. They are Fine Guns. The 50's I think were very Good years.
 

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That looks great Rick !! Your really getting the picture taking down pat. I've got one, but I think yours is a little "cleaner" than mine.
 

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Awesome example.. I have a few and they are my absolute favorites.
 

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Sharp looking 357 with just enough wear that says my owner thinks more of me than he does his safe.:)D*
 

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Sweet looking 3 5 7 Rick AND you took great pictures of her spruced up :) . Your shots eclipse my efforts 100 fold. I've been trying to capture a few of my recent Colts and I've come to the conclusion I'm photographically retarded :bang_wall:
 

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Built in a time when quality meant just that.
 

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Just a 357 question - I have seen the 357 described as having a two-tone finish. I have one in about as good condition as the one pictured, but I don't see anything two-toned about it. So what does a two-tone finish look like? Or is there such a thing? (Mine is a 1960).
 

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Here is are some pictures of my first year(1954)Colt .357 with a three digit serial number(#32x)which illustrates the two tone finish in the flutes but does not indicate this also around the frame:

 
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