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where is the best place to find a value on this revolver (1930s Colt officers target 22lr) I am not sure it has ever been fired. There is no drag line on the cylinder. original box owners manual and sight adj tool in the envelope bore and cylinders are spotless I will call Colt next week to try to get a accurate date and I will post pictures when I get a chance
 

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Give the Colt Forum a try.
 

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Vaskeet- Should you end up calling Colt, they are super nice about looking it up. I was gifted a Officer's Model Match .38 SPL by my BIL, and the serial number did not turn up on the web-site search. That call to Colt resolved it promptly and dated it at 1955.
 
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Cool!

...but still, no photos! :confused:
 

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Wow, that is a beautiful revolver. Lots of fun times ahead.
 

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Now I'm drooling...:cool:
 

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Gonna merge this with your original thread on the topic.
 

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That is one beautiful revolver! Congratulations!
 

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Nice heater in a terrific caliber, nice pix and nice group. What distance was the target?
That is the original target shot at colt in 1941 it says 5 yards
 
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