Did any one notice the serial number? 0013GOP, General Officers Pistol ?
No contact, it's either an anomaly or stamped in error, or a change during production. But it's mine now.Concerning the serial number, the ones I have seen have GOPXXXX as the way it is stamped. This one is opposite. Have you contacted Brent at US Armaments to asked for clarification?
Never depend on it for defense, of course, unless you can put the first one in his eye. Enjoy the gun for what it is, a piece of history and a classic Colt design. I've always admired them, but never owned one. I carried a 1911 for years, but finally settled on a smaller 9 MM that is easier to conceal.They were intended for squirrels and such. Everyone knows the .32 ACP and .32 S&W were made for snakes and mice. Never for war or police use. *
* .32 was the 2nd most common military and police round in Europe for decades. The .32 revolver cartridge was often used by police departments in the 1890s-1930s. Colt referred to the .32 S&W Long cartridge as the .32 "Colt's New Police" cartridge.