coltwood

coltwood

(ˈkəʊltˌwʊd)
n
(Plants) poetic obsolete a plant mentioned in Spenser's Faerie Queene, perhaps having a hairy stalk
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8.53: 1 Coltwood Pogba 4-1, 2 Antigua Falcon 11-4, 3 Lightfoot Costa 11-4, 4 Sizzlers Olly 9-4, 5 Ramgefield Lass 12-1, 6 March On Monty 8-1.
The early Cobras, such as yours, had checkered Coltwood grips.
Colt cheapened their product with dull gray finish on topstrap and backstrap, and even went to cheesy plastic stocks they called "Coltwood." Yet by 1961, a S&W Military & Police (by then known as the Model 10) cost only $65 suggested retail, while the cheapened Colt carried a price tag of $77.50.
For a time, Colt fitted simulated wood grips made of a synthetic plastic material call Coltwood. All of the short-barrel models had such grips until wood was again used.
By halfway the Shane and Peter Divilly-owned Pack Your Case had an unassailable advantage and went on to record a four-and-ahalf-length victory over Ballymac Lukaku in 28.78sec with Coltwood Rambo in third.
For a time Colt used a special synthetic material with a wood-like appearance called "Coltwood" for all their handgun grips including those of the 1911.
at 2: 1 Droopys Biker 2 Droopys tel 3 Ballymac Pele 4 Coltwood mbo 5 Ballymac Lukaku 8 Pack ur Case.