Bromco45-Officers Models DID(All of 'em) have Target Sights. The ones built from 1905,or so,up to World War Two,had windage adjusted with the rear sight,elevation by the front sight. One built in 1911,without them,would be the "Army Special" model. If there is just a "groove" in the top strap for a rear sight,it was not built as an Officers Model. What was the front sight like on the original barrel and on the "new one" you installed? Bud
My screw up. New to Colt revolvers beyond D Frames, and shaky on some of those.
It's not an Officer's Model and I apologize it appears to be an Official Police. Bought the gun with a reblue and serial # taken from inside the cylinder crane. No other numbers on gun. Only marking on bbl was 38 Special and it has a half moon front sight that was soldered on from previous bbl. The rear sight is a fixed groove like what's on a Model P Colt.
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