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Answered 2007-06-17 02:59:53

Made by Marlin from 1962-1965. We have some parts for that model. gunshop@nctv.com

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Both! You can cock the hammer and pull trigger for single action. Or, for double action just pull the trigger straight through.



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your colt single action was made in 1970.


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