The Officer's Model Match, Fifth Issue
The Officer's Model Match was made from 1953 to 1969.
Calibers were .22LR, .22 Magnum, and .38 Special.
Barrel was 6" heavy tapered.
The rear sight was Colt's new Accro fully adjustable model that would be used on almost all post-war Colt pistols and revolvers that used adjustable sights.
The hammer was Colt's new long, wide diamond-checkered Target hammer that became famous on the Colt Python.
Finish was blue, with bright nickel being rare.
Grips were Colt's new Target type fully checkered walnut with silver medallions.
As a factory option, the Officer's Model Match could be special ordered in a single action-only version. Genuine factory models are rare.