By Lars Dalseide | December 15 2014 17:11

Colt Official Police wielded by New York State Troopers on Sportsman Channel

Colt Official Police .38 caliber revolver on Curator's Corner

Fairfax, Virginia - This week's edition of Curator's Corner begins with a theme. No, not a Bass Pro Shops Ugly Sweater Kit (seen during the opening minutes) kind of theme, but a law enforcement theme. And it all starts with a Colt Official Police.

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