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Hello, all,

I have a one-of-a-kind Colt Gov. Model 1911 that was manufactured in 1916, accurized by Jim Clark in 1959, and completely gold inlaid and engraved in 1962 by E.C. "Jack" Prudhomme of Shreveport, La. While this gun is 98 percent or better, it is inevitable that even atmosphere will take a toll on a blued gun. Should I ever decide to have such a piece reblued, I would appreciate suggestions on where to send it. Or perhaps I should ask the following question first: Should an engraved and gold-inlaid gun EVER be reblued? I assume the gun was reblued once after the work was done. Thanks. You're welcome to copy answers to [email protected]
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