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This is my Colt Series 70 (reproduction) Government Model with a early 1960s Colt National Match military contract slide as done by Bob Miller. Bob fit the slide which included a custom dovetailed front sight, removed flat spots in the top of the slide and lowered and flared the ejection port. The flats were there to accommodate the type of front and rear sight used on military team guns in the 1960s. Bob did an action job and also all the prep work (including getting rid of the sharp edges) before it was blued. It also has a Grieder trigger (4 lb. pull) and King-Tappan rear sight.
Nothing radical here but it has Bob's usual attention to detail and meticulous execution.
It's a classic retro blaster and it's a Colt ! :dancingbananna:





Additional pics on Bob's web site.


7 shots @25 yds. from a rest, 1.25" spread
185 grn Match
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I hate you Bill, I really really hate you!











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Love that serial # on the frame. Or is it just blanked out?

Is that a serial # on the left side of the slide? If so, I didn't know slides came with #'s on them. Tracy
 

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Love that serial # on the frame. Or is it just blanked out?

Is that a serial # on the left side of the slide? If so, I didn't know slides came with #'s on them. Tracy
Serial # on the frame is blacked out and the number on the left side of the slide is the military contract number. :gun;
 

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Thank you Sir, we'll have to do that sometime.
 
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