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The theme for this image contest is "Bring a knife to a gunfight". Your image must include at least one Colt and at least one knife.
The contest will run from Wednesday November 1st. at 8:00 PM EDT and conclude on Wednesday November 15 at 8:00 PM EST.

Entries for our contest must be posted in the Lounge Area only under this thread ENTER NOW **NEW Colt Forum Image Contest** ENTER NOW. Only one entry per person please. Multiple images will be disqualified. Images must be original and taken by the submitter. If multiple images are posted I'll ask Mitch to delete all but one. If a composite image is posted (more than one image stitched together), it will have to be removed and a single image may be re-entered.

As before, the images will be voted on by clicking the "Like" button at the bottom right of each image. The images should be judged on content and creativity. The rarity or collectability of the guns should not be considered when voting. Vote for as many images as you like.

We have two very nice prizes for the top TWO vote getters. I'm donating a Randall Triathlete and Colt Archivist Paul Szymaszek has graciously donated a free Colt archive letter.
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Entries are now closed. No further entries will be considered. However, we have extended the voting until 8:00 PM on Saturday November 18th. Please review all our entries and vote/like your favorite.
 

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This 1881 Colt is documented as to have belonged to FrancisMarion Berry. Francis, worked as a detective for the Union Pacific Railroad (did he chase Butch & Sundance?),and later became a constable for Riverside County. Francis was also a Driver onthe “R” Line Street car in Los Angeles, CA. and later became a flagman at 7[SUP]th[/SUP]and Alameda in Los Angeles, CA. The SAA is all matching and shown with the original holster made by W.S. Cox & Co, Silver City NM. It is also pictured with a period stag handled knife and sheath made by Rick Bachman.


 

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