Manufactured from 1920 to 1941 with this example manufactured in 1927. This model was created by modifying an Officer's Model frame to accept a special flat single shot "cylinder". Colt named this model after the site of the U.S. Target Competition held annually at Camp Perry, Ohio. Only 2,525 Camp Perry pistols were manufactured. This example exhibits standard markings and features. Matching serial numbers on the barrel, cylinder, grip frame, and right grip panel. Provenance: The Milan J. Turk Collection
Excellent, retaining 95% original blue finish, minor handling evidence, some rub wear on the ejector rod, and sharp checkering on the grips. Mechanically excellent.
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