Colt Autos - Early Production Shipping Destinations & Lot Quantities?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpd1978 View Post
    I’d recommend buying this book. It’s still available and fairly cheap.
    In the appendices are 1000’s of shipping records of the early automatics.
    The 1903/1908 Hammerless are not included however the large frames 1900, 1903, Gov Models, and military 1911’s are listed.

    Goddard's book sounds like a good investment, I will track it down.
    Kind regards,
    Bob

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    I've gone through 2 already, often saving $75-$100 by NOT needing a historical Colt archive letter - and getting some special provenance guns at common manufacture/shipping destination prices.
    i.e. prototype guns shipped to john Browning, or one sent to a future 4 star admiral


 
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