I certainly will. Just completed the transfer with the Firearms Center here, expect transfer will be approved by tomorrow noon, and hopefully have it in my hands by middle of next week. And then I will see just exactly what I actually got, as the seller didn't send many pictures, and the quality wasn't the best. But I still had to do it. Hopefully I am not disappointed.....Can you please post pictures of the inside of the box? Outside surfaces, too? Thanks. Great acquisition and great price!
The Sport model (4-1/2" ) barrel could accommodate only one of the King weights. It could be a heavy metal cylindrical container filled with mercury and with a screw off cap, or a lightweight aluminum cylinder, or medium weight steel cylinder. The shooter could use the weight that suited him best. Those are the only types I have seen in any of my guns.I got this a few months ago. 1937s King Super Target.
This gun appears to have had all the upgrades, the full sight rib and under barrel weight but also a fully checkered front and backstrap. It came in a nice vintage custom case. It looks like they reblued one of the magazines when they redid the gun after checkering it.
The underweight tube contains a cylindrical weight ...tube inside it. And inside it are what feels like individual weights but it's got a screw that won't turn so it'll stay a mystery.
(The coffee mug is a gag from the show Silicon Valley)
Two King Woodsman and an Ace
Yep, someone who obviously loved their Colt MT Woodsman took the time to construct the felt lined interior for the box. It's a nice piece of period craft art. I made a custom interior for a walnut box purchased from Hampel's Woodland Products for my early post war .22 Conversion Kit and some accessory items.The felt and compartment treatment might not be correct but that's a pretty groovy setup. The magazine "tray" is a nice touch, I'm liking it