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Colt New Service 1909, the last of the great revolvers
Once referred to as the "Fluck" dragoon, named after the arms collector John Fluck who first recognized this model as a distinct and unique model of dragoon. He had written some decades ago that these guns were made largely of odd Walker Colt parts from failed Walkers See Monograph by Max Longfield for more data. In addition the parts on these guns were made expressly for this model and were not left overs from the Walker production.
Adopted by the US military just two years before the semi-automatic pistol changed the world of service sidearms forever, the Colt New Service revolver in. When talking about the Colt revolver it is essential to mention its forerunner, the Colt in. During this bloody conflict US officials were given the opportunity to recognize the low stopping power of the.