This Colt Official Police was one of the first made during World War II. Made in 1944 I at first thought that it had been refinished. However, careful examination of the fixed sights on the 4 inch barrel A half-moon front blade and a narrowed rear notch. Along with the sharp stampings on the barrel as well as the rearing pony shows me that this one more
Columbia, S.C. Police Department trade in was used by men from 1944 until the 1980s who took good care of the sidearm that their life might depend on. The finish is only slightly. dulled; the once polished hammer is darkened by exposer to the weather and to men's thumbs. the trigger is serrated and appears to be fully blued. The barrel has a
good bore that shows little wear of years of only lead bullets. The factory grip panel's diamonds are worn somewhat smooth but are still clear as is the Colt medallion on both sides. This tool of many generations is still in at least 95
5 condition with fine working mechanism that are just smoother than when they left Hartford. This Colt can either be part of your collection or it can be a self or home defense weapon. Colt announced in the late 1980s that any weapon that had been mad since WWII could take +P ammunition. I'm sure this one can..
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