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The original Trooper was basically a heavy-barreled version of the Officers Model Match, and was based on Colt’s medium Iframe.

It was offered in .22 Long Rifle and .38 Special chamberings.

THE COLT TROOPER "E&I" FRAMES In the early 1950's Colt began to update their product line with upgraded revolvers.

Colt realized that the gun buyer now wanted double action revolvers to have adjustable sights so they offered two new models with the desired feature. The Trooper was intended to be sold to law enforcement and civilians wanting a less expensive adjustable sighted revolver, with the 357 model for sale to those wanting the .357 Magnum cartridge or wanting a higher quality revolver.

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The two guns were seen as ideal in size and handling characteristics for the .38 Special and its big brother the .357.

Offered as an alternative and competitor to Smith & Wesson’s Model 28 "Highway Patrolman", the Colts were lighter and handier.