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Finest example of a blued Colt 03 I have ever owned. This gun has very little sign of use, a few small pin head specks here and there if we are being really nitpicky. Original wood grips, original 2 tone mag, bore is a 9.9/10. Fresh out of Gran's sock drawer if you will. . .

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Every day is Saturday and every night's a party!
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Wow! That's a find right there, it looks newer that the repops they're making now.
 

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That’s a fantastic pistol, excellent. The 1903 and 1908 are iconic examples of pistols and a worthy piece for any collector. I just spent my allotment on powder.
 
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I had one like this, similar condition, given to me by my father-in-law. Until I foolishly let his son, my brother-in-law, "borrow" it, which he then sold it. I should have wondered why my FIL gave it to me and not his own son... Lessons learned the hard way.

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Dang, that's the nicest one I have ever seen. Most look like they've been buried in the dirt for the past 100 years.
 

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Unbelievable condition! I can't believe in this fine group of connoisseurs that someone hasn't snapped this up yet :) I doubt it will last the night, especially if we keep bumping it back to the top! GLWS
 
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