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Hi Vicg1...
Don't know what happened to my other posting. I'll try again. Could it be that the "R" simply just didn't completely get marked? Or, did the rollmarked "R" break in the process of marking? Interesting.
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Sam

[This message has been edited by SamColtFan (edited 10-26-2001).]
 

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Originally posted by SamColtFan:
Hi Vicg1...
Don't know what happened to my other posting. I'll try again. Could it be that the "R" simply just didn't completely get marked? Or, did the rollmarked "R" break in the process of marking? Interesting.
Regards,
Sam

[This message has been edited by SamColtFan (edited 10-26-2001).]
your other post is on the general board probably! It looks like the die broke just as this gun was being done... it's not like there's even a light imprint...
 

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A weak stamp does'nt bring anymore value to a Colt. However a buffed stamp hurts the value on oldies(pre 1945).
 

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I had two of them both were 80's ser. in brite stainless.
Not consecutive numbers.
Sold one to a friend and kept one for ccw.
Great for conversation anyway.
 
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