Standard features having 5.5 in. barrel and 50-500 pinned sight. Usual chamber address with Crown/Crown/U on left side of barrel extension and antler proof on right side. “T W W” Initials on right panel. Full serial number on bolt, firing pin retainer, and back of frame with last four digits on back of hammer. Detailed disassembly shows all usually numbered components matched to the serial number including each of the grip panels. Major parts are rust blued. Most minor parts are heat treated to fire blue with the bolt and trigger assembly in the white and the hammer grey case hardened. Serrated walnut grips. Lanyard ring absent.
Attractive, all original Early Transitional Large Ring with all matching parts and mirror bright bore.
Approximately 95% original rust blue with usual sharp edge wear, floorplate scratches, and rub marks in the usual locations. VG+ fire blue showing no enhancement. Slightly darkened grips retain most varnish with scattered handling dings. Mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A very nice, Early Transitional Large Ring, with personalized initials worth exploring, that should be a great addition for anyone interested in early semi-automatic pistols. ANTIQUE. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT!