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#221967 10/16/22 07:34 AM
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I didn't know that Colt Firearms was in the electrical business. Anyone got an idea of the vintage?

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Seems to me we had some pictures of those somewhere...

Searching back between 10 and 20 years I found these other Colt Items:

Old Colt Armory Pics

More Electrical Products from Colt Firearms

There might be more dunno

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Seems to me that I have seen these in 1940's or late 30's vintage houses. I just have never thought to take pictures of them.

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One of these days need to photograph the Colt electrical products I have, the only other oddity is a safety switch made by Meyers in SF CA.

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