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Thread: Help to identify if this is a 1911 / 1910 hammer.

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    Help to identify if this is a 1911 / 1910 hammer.

    Any assistance would be appreciated to identify this hammer.

    I was told this was a 1910 hammer, but trying to confirm if it's a Colt 1910 or 1911 (Colt, WWII, etc)

    I had thought it might be a short hammer, but was told that it's probably not.

    Link I have used to assist in identification http://coolgunsite.com/1911hammers.htm

    Thank you.

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    Pictures are at different angles so hopefully they show more clear detail.

    Thank you again.
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    Hammer spur looks similar to that shown in Clawson's Big Book on pg 54.

    This link from coltautos.com shows No. 2 disassembled. Appears the checkering might extend further.

    http://www.coltautos.com/1910ci_sn2.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doran View Post
    Hammer spur looks similar to that shown in Clawson's Big Book on pg 54.

    This link from coltautos.com shows No. 2 disassembled. Appears the checkering might extend further.

    http://www.coltautos.com/1910ci_sn2.htm
    Thank you for this information.

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