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Old October 8, 2012, 06:36 PM   #37
Chris_B
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That Colt feels punishing. Don't know how it feels in .32, but if yours is in .380 I would swap it for something else like the Sig. (flame suit on for suggesting trading away a classic Colt)
Everyone's perception is different, but for comparison, my 1920-made Colt 1903 in .32 feels like a .22 when I fire it. Very mild. Mine has most of the finish worn off. It looks like it has a rough finish but it's actually very smooth. Most have been carried an awful lot. I like it. It seems like a very high level of quality throughout
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