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    Early Colt Model 1900 Semi-Automatic Pistol. Serial no. 441, .38 caliber, 6-inch barrel with fixed sights. Blued finish with plain walnut grips. Case-hardened hammer. The rear sight has been properly converted to a fixed unit. Marked on left side of slide: BROWNING'S PATENT / PAT'D APRIL 20, 1897. Nickel-plated magazine with 1884 patent date. Slide internally marked 441.
    Condition: Good as configured. Retaining approximately 20-25% finish with balance turning a gray patina. Slide possibly refinished during rear sight conversion. Magazine with losses to finish. Grips good with dings and scratches. Action crisp. Bore is very good.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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