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Old September 26, 2020, 06:44 PM   #11
Double K
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Join Date: June 16, 2020
Location: Colorado
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I'll catch some flak over this but it's just an opinion, I believe these guns are a great part of history and shouldn't be shot. If it were mine I might do a very light restoration on the gun, get a shadow box with some other WW2 memorabilia, maybe some pictures and give it to my grandson when he has a house of his own. He could keep it in a safe unless it was on display. Those guns will continue to gain value and collectability regardless of there lack of purist originality.
I have several Colts from the 20's that are treated this way.
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