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guys i have a quick question, i have a colt us prop. marked with a seiral number falling with it being made in 1918, it it was yours would you keep shooting it? i got in in 91 it was the first 45 i ever had never did much research on it till i got the web it functions flawlessly still ranks as one of my favorite shoters. should it be retired and shot only once and awhile? if it was yours what would you guys do. thanks Ronald
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Ahh yes, the big "should I /shouldn't I" question. As long as you take care of it and pamper it during and after the range session it'll be okay, but remember any part that breaks will likely have to be replaced with a new commercial equivalent unless you get lucky at a gun show. So enjoy it, but don't abuse it.

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