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Can anyone ID what this is?
Frame 70B03XXX.
Slde is a colt combat goverment model 5"
with a white outline back and tall front sight.
barel is nm 7791414/2207714
bushing nm7267718
from indications frame was made in 1981?
slide markings looks like the one on a national math from the 60s that I seen.
is this factory.

Regards: Paul

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[This message has been edited by paullabo (edited 11-10-2001).]

[This message has been edited by paullabo (edited 11-10-2001).]
 

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It sounds like a legit Combat Government Model of 1981 that has been rebarreled with a National Match (military match) barrel and bushing. I do not know of any factory commercial Colt with the NM part number markings. The Combat Government Model was a late Series 70 gun that carried over into the Series '80 (which actually started in 1983, according to the Blue Book.) The tall fixed sights are right, I don't know about the markings, I failed to buy the only one I ever saw new.
 
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