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    Not sure if I have shared this with you guys but this was a cool find in the Andy Griffith Museum here in Mount Airy NC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ei8ht View Post
    .380 in nickel.is what I need-want!
    Jim, Like one of the ones below?
    made in 1926

    also made in 1926
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    Got a text from my dealer yesterday morning with someone wanting to trade this in… He asked me if I would be interested… I said “of course I’ll be there in a few minutes”… This is my first pistol of this type… Excited to read about these here… Only markings are the ‘T’ under the slide. Took it apart cleaned it up put it back together… Now I need to find some 32 ACP ammo. That is what I need? This looks all original to me, any ideas on value? I believe it’s a 1908 vintage.
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    Looks like a sweet shooter! If I’m reading it correctly, Sam Lisker’s website dates it to 1909. Yes, 32 ACP is what you need. Have fun with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8smiles View Post
    Got a text from my dealer yesterday morning with someone wanting to trade this in… He asked me if I would be interested… I said “of course I’ll be there in a few minutes”… This is my first pistol of this type… Excited to read about these here… Only markings are the ‘T’ under the slide. Took it apart cleaned it up put it back together… Now I need to find some 32 ACP ammo. That is what I need? This looks all original to me, any ideas on value? I believe it’s a 1908 vintage.
    It is a type II (bushing/barrel), so it is more scarce than all the type IIIs, but not as scarce as the type Is. Scarce isn't really the right word.....there are tons of model Ms all over the place.....I should have said the Is & IIs were all built between 1903 & 1910, so the total number of 'em is considerably fewer than the type III lug type barrel ones. The last of the lug barrel ones were assembled from in stock parts around 1947. Later lug barrel were categorized as type IV & V, depending on the small mechanical variations. You can get all this in Brunner's book, 'The Colt Pocket Hammerless Automatic Pistols'
    What with the popularity of these truly outstanding little pistols the way it is, the money for 'em can get a ways beyond what folks might be OK with. A type III in similar condition as ^that one is right in the neighborhood of $500. Better ones get more.
    A type II is going to start a little higher, and go up. That one ^ has to be $600 minimum these days, and often more.
    A type II 1908 .380 will be significantly more $ to begin with, if you can find one. They do exist, but there were only 6250 of 'em made, and nobody knows how many have survived.
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    M1903 158947 1914






    I traded this long ago for Gloversville GPD-No1. (still have it)

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    M1903 381489 Gloversville, NY GPD No-1 1929


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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8smiles View Post
    Got a text from my dealer yesterday morning with someone wanting to trade this in… He asked me if I would be interested… I said “of course I’ll be there in a few minutes”… This is my first pistol of this type… Excited to read about these here… Only markings are the ‘T’ under the slide. Took it apart cleaned it up put it back together… Now I need to find some 32 ACP ammo. That is what I need? This looks all original to me, any ideas on value? I believe it’s a 1908 vintage.
    Gr8smiles,

    Beautiful pistol and the hard rock Maple Isn't bad either.. I love that stuff!
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