.38 caliber. 4" barrel length. SN: 38361. Double-action revolver with swing out 6-shot fluted cylinder, exposed spur hammer, cartridge extractor, and fixed notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish, early-Colt brilliant blued finish to hammer and trigger, and checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo reliefs to both sides. Manufactured sometime in 1910.
Fair to good. Bore is bright and rifling is sharp. Finish shows some thinning to front of frame and toward muzzle of barrel. There is also light pitting and surface oxidation scattered overall. Right side grip has repair spanning width of grip, with evidence of glue residue, and a piece of corner missing to heel area.
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