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Old June 30, 2020, 12:18 AM   #3
Holmes529
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Originally Posted by reddog81 View Post
If you’re looking up the serial number using a colt database use the one not on the butt. If you’re looking up using the military database use the US government number of the butt of the gun.

That’s exactly what I did. The one on the Colt website said it was made in late 1919. But the military database said it was used in the army in May of 1918. And no one has been able to explain that.


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