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Old March 1, 2007, 12:13 PM   #1
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"1960 New Model Army" Centennial Colt

I recently purchased this weapon at an Antique Store, the quality is exceptional and the fully fluted cylinder caught my eye. It is unfired and beautifully made Belgium replica. I paid a couple hundred dollars for it and then noticed that what I orginally thought read "1860 model" was actually "1960 model". It also has 2-digit serial number preceded by the letter f: fXX.

I have found very little about these guns and wonder if its value is higher than the run-of-the-mill reproduction.
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