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    Ainsworth inspected U.S. Colt Single Action Revolver Restored by Tommy Haas. Serial no. 6507, .45 caliber, 7 1/2-inch barrel with fixed front sight and Hartford address in italics. Ainsworth sub-inspector marks on barrel, frame, cylinder, grip panel and backstrap. Blued finish. Case-hardened frame and hammer. Left side of frame stamped U.S. and with two-line, two-date patent. Smooth walnut grips with OWA cartouche on left panel.
    Condition: Excellent as restored and configured. Retaining approximately 96-98% of re-blued and re-casehardened finish. Light edge wear observed at muzzle. Slight edge wear on cylinder, no tracking line present. Vibrant case colors. Grips are excellent. Action crisp. Strong bore.

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    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
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