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Colt Reproductions by conductor53
The "2nd generation" and "3rd generation" so-called Colts were made in Italy, not Spain, and they were NOT made on the original Colt machinery. The 2nd Generation guns were shipped to the US as raw, unfinished parts, which were sent to the Iver Johnson plant, where they were assembled, marked, and finished. They were then sent to Colt for distribution to their dealer network. Of all the ...

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