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    Got Hammerless?

    Have not seen to many model M's lately.
    I'm sure you have seen most of mine,
    could you share a few pictures of yours?

    A few from my accumulation
    to get the thread started.



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    I had never been very interested in the early Colt pistols until a few years ago when I read a biography of John Browning. That inspired me to ad a few more of his designs to my collection.

    Here's my 1903 made in 1940 and 1908 made in 1921with a few of their contemporaries :
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    My contribution to the thread, a 1903 Browning Patent Type 1, 1903 Type 2, and a Colt 1908. I love them all.


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    No, I don't. However, I hope to remedy my situation in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coltsformysons View Post
    No, I don't. However, I hope to remedy my situation in the near future.
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    I second that!Those are some beautiful guns guys.
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    From the top...1925, 1922 and 1907. The one in the middle is a .380.

    Colt Type M.jpg

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    I only have one, a 1928 .380, but I have two pair of grip's,.......can I count that as two 1908's ?
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    A 1910 Type II in .32ACP:

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    A 1924 Type III in .380:

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    Quote Originally Posted by lboos View Post
    I only have one, a 1928 .380, but I have two pair of grip's,.......can I count that as two 1908's ?
    Ummm... No.
    But you can most likely find a pistol to slide in underneath that wood.


 
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