Some Bushes are better than others.
Roll out the barrel
And, just for lagniappe, a little plastic souvenir of where she was.
According to the old man selling out his personal collection, he fired it there in the 60s. It is a Rock Island Arsenal product inspected by Mr. Frank Krack, and perhaps built by him. He was an assistant foreman who, apparently, sometimes liked to create some of the RIA National Match/Camp Perry products.
Both slide and frame are Colt 1911, manufactured in 1917 according the SN lists.
No, I won't say what I paid, but I risked finger injury in getting the asking price out of my pocket. The seller was still setting up; the Colt had just hit the table as I approached. I decided to haggle only half-heartedly because there was a very anxious dude standing close behind me, breathing heavily, and I didn't think it was my body cologne exciting him.