I was looking at the few Colt pistols at the gunshow in Monroeville Pa. yesterday when the unexpected happened. A guy walked by me while I was looking and I thought to myself that this guy was the spitting image of Ken Hackathorn. I did a double take and my Dad about ran over me. He said, "What's wrong?" I said, "I think that was Ken Hackathorn that just passed me." My Dad said, "Well maybe it was." By this time he was in the next aisle. I couldn't stand not knowing for sure so I approached the guy and asked him if he gets mistaken for someone else once in a while? He looked at me with a slight grin and said, "No, no I don't. I said, "Your first name isn't Ken is it?" He said, with the same slight grin, "Yes it is." I couldn't believe that I ran into Mr. Hackathorn. I introduced my Dad to him and we talked about .45's for a few minutes. I met him before at one of the Pa. state IDPA matches back in 1997 or 1998. He is very nice to talk to and I appreciated his comments on the 1911 pistol. Just to keep this Colt related I did see a used Colt Combat Target in the case for $650.00. Most of the Colts I saw were old rollmark 1991's. I did see a new stainless Commander with the new rollmarks though.