Colt New Service Civilian model, This fine old revolver was made in 1911. It is chambered for the .45 Long Colt. The original finish is now pretty much brown with the original smooth walnut grips which appear to have been refinished at least once over the years. The fixed sights are the rear cut half moon at the muzzle as well as the groove down the top strap.. The fine bore shows little use, all I am sure with smokeless powder. As with all civilian New Services there is no number or markings on the butt strap. The smooth trigger helps to contribute to a smooth and steady trigger pull of about seven pounds. This revolver was carried by a Ranger from 1 on the Biltmore Estate, the largest house and one of the largest Dairies in the world. The hammer tip is knurled and the barrel is marked COLT D.A. 45 on the left rear. The Colt patent Dates are roll marked along the top of the barrel. aMade113 year old revolver with it's 5.5 inch barreled with the firing pin forged onto the hammer will protect one today as well as it did riding on the hip of a Biltmore Ranger for 35 years. Sighted to shoot center wither with 250 grain lead bullets this is a real ladies' or gentleman's revolver. This can be purchased with either an FFL or a C&&.. .
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