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The Colt New Service is a large-frame, double-action revolver that was manufactured from 1898 to 1946. It was an upgraded version of the Colt Model 1892, made to be larger and stronger. Various versions of the New Service were made with more than half a dozen different calibers available and barrel lengths ranging from 4” to 7.5”. It was offered with nickel plating or a blued finish and grips were made of hard rubber or walnut.

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