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King National Match & Super Match

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As promised, here are pictures of my two King-sighted 1911 Colts, a .45 National Match and a .38 Super Match.

In addition to the King sights, the .45 also has King grips. It's not known how many of these were made, but they are certainly more numerous that the Super Match.

And now, for my most recent acquisition, the Super Match. It's the rarest of the rare, and to say I'm ecstatic would be an understatement.

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He he....When my future father brought my future mother from Connecticut down to 'Bama to introduce her to his family, a family friend was the local sheriff. Out in some field somewhere, the sheriff drove up and had the chance to be introduced to my mother.
Thinking they'd have some fun with a "Yank," the sheriff, who had a brand new revolver, lent it to her, tossed a empty can out into the field and told her to try a shot.
My mother aimed and fired~~
~~ and the can flies up about ten feet! The sheriff manages to stammer out, "c-c-can I have my gun back now?";-)
What they didn't know about my future mother was she spent her summers vacations from college working as a girl's camp instructor .....
Yup. She hadn't fired a handgun before that ... but she knew what a sight picture was.

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