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    Crisp, Untouched, David F. Clark Inspected Colt .45 Caliber Single Action Army Revolver, #81986 Matching, Manufactured 1882. Gun overall generally smooth and gray with some scattered traces of finish and just some minor scattered salt and peppering, completely untouched with a great "look." Action tight and crisp, excellent bore. All screw heads crisp, excellent markings, including inspector's marks on frame, barrel and cylinder. Grips really excellent, retaining most of the original varnish, with just some minor wear along the bottom edge and a few scratches. A really attractive martially marked Colt single action, in very desirable untouched condition.

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    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
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