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Here's my Colt New Model Army of 1901 in .38 Long Colt serial number 199393 made in 1903. It was later reconditioned By Remington-UMC for service in the Great War, thus the two inspector marks RAC (Rinaldo A. Carr who was a civilian employee of the War Department and was the sub-inspector on the revolvers) who initially inspected the pistol and LEB (Leroy E. Briggs who was an Army Captain that inspected revolvers rebuilt and refurbished at Remington-UMC's Bridgeport CT Plant 1898-1917).
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That's a mighty nice gun. Don't we wish Remington was still rust bluing!!
 
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