I just happened to find a notebook of my father's that had the make, model, serial numbers of the guns he owned.
When I was about six he started taking me with him to the sand pit just outside of the small town where we lived at the time and taught me to shoot his .22 pistol.
Up until today I couldn't remember what that pistol was.
When our father died in '86 my, older, half-brother got the .22 and I got Dad's S&W .44 Magnum, S&W .38 special, and an H&R .22lr 9 shot revolver.
My other half-brother got his double barreled 12 gauge shot gun, and the Remington Model 760 30.06.
Anyway the .22 pistol is/was a Colt Woodsman Master Target with after market sights, serial# MT88XX which places it's manufacturing date at 1941.
My niece now owns it and, I'm sure, treasures it as her father passed a couple of years ago.
There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men. - RAH
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