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Hi All:

They're not very good pictures, but the best my camera and I can do...

Woodsman SN 53405-S; Sport Model; fixed sights; 4 1/2" barrel

The pictures really don'tdo justice. This one still has the box and cleaning brush. I rate it at 99%.

Thanks for looking.

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Re: A later one

Nice Flusher! Mines a match Target from the 70's near the end of production
 

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Hope you don't mind if I add mine here.
I'm not a Woodsman type of guy but being a huge colt fan I could'nt pass these two up at the last auction I was at. Top one is a 1922 Pre Woodsman and the lower a 1947 Woodsman Sport.Bought both with the intention of selling one at a profit to help pay for the one I keep, which I do alot. Now that I have them in my possesion and they fit nicely in my Colt collection I will probably keep both, which I do alot.

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I think it'd be nice to have a Woodsman with the shorter barrel. Rbucket, I feel your pain as far as camera performance (see below).

I enjoy seeing all the Woodsman examples shown here. Wish they were still in production.

Here's one from 1928. Lettered to Topperwein Hardware Company, San Antonio, Texas. I got it from its original owner along with a Heiser holster and a leather, fleece-lined, zippered Boyt case.
 
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