OLD COLT: WE PROVIDE THE PUBLIC WITH AN ONLINE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR OLD COLT GUNS.

In 1932 Colt had begun offering an upgraded Government Model .45's.  These guns featured Partridge sights, a hand-honed action and a "selected" match barrel.  The Super .38 shooters demanded the same upgrades so in 1934 the Match Super .38 was introduced.  In 1935 the rollmark was changed to Super Match, and the Stevens adjustable sights became standard on the Super match pistols and was offered as an option on the National Match pistols.

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