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  1. tedacker

    tedacker
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    Colt's Government model, Series 70 has the collet barrel bushing. Looking for offers, other firearms! Have a plastic pistol case and two Colt mags. Please do not make silly cash offers, I really do not need to sell.
    Thank You

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  2. bigboy67

    bigboy67
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    haha, man you guys are serious about your listing rules.

    tedacker, sent you a PM, let me know.
     
  3. wichaka

    wichaka
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    Folks, please read the title to the thread...WTT...which means no price needed. :rolleyes:
     
  4. BEN LILLY

    BEN LILLY
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    What type other firearms are you looking for? Can you give a trade value?
     
  5. jbett98

    jbett98
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    Is this a 1971 to 1983 pistol or the newer 70 series?
     
  6. wichaka

    wichaka
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    By the serial number, it IS an original Series 70. This one happens to fall into 1983-83 range.

    The new Series 70 pistols have a '71' prefix, instead of a '70'
     
  7. biker bo

    biker bo
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    PM with trade offer inbound
     
  8. Navvet

    Navvet
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    Interested in Cowboy guns? If so see my listings in rifles and pistols.
     
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