I disagree. These guns are "commemoratives" and are usually found in as new condition. They are not "old" Army Special guns. The stocks are as the correct style for these guns. As mentioned, the fact that the gun was scanned and not photographed accounts for the terrible appearance in the listing.The gun shown in the ad is a horrible reblue with the wrong grips.
The gun shown in the ad is a horrible reblue with the wrong grips. Update, I stand corrected on the reblue since it is a Commemorative with horrible original modern Colt blue! Anyway, Thank you for the correction on this!
Got ya....never knew they did another run of them......I've had my head stuck in the single action hole most of my collecting life and there is a lot about double actions that I have never seen or heard of!These guns were a special run in the 1990s. There was a fancier model with gold inlay work on the left side of the barrel, which probably explains why they placed the Army Special mark on the right side of the barrel. Keep in mind that these guns are not true Army Specials. I believe they were built on a modified Python frame.