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TODAY IN DESIGN 1836

Samuel Colt's Revolutionary Firearm.

On March 5, 1836, Samuel Colt's Patent Arms Manufacturing Company produced its first pistol, the 36-caliber "Texas" model, in Paterson, New Jersey. This event marked a significant advancement in firearm design and manufacturing, setting the stage for modern weaponry.

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