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  1. Thread: Colt 357

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    Thank you Porsche for that excellent information.

    Thank you Porsche for that excellent information.
  2. Thread: Colt 357

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    Colt 357

    Can't find much info on this model,682193682195 but due to a recent post it seems to be known to all except me. Any info is greatly appreciated. Serial #127xx.
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    ok, thanks. I thought that I was doing something...

    ok, thanks. I thought that I was doing something wrong.
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    serial number look up

    has anyone figured out how to work the serial number search function on the colt.com website? I haven't been able to get it to work for me. just asking.
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    Thank you d'wheel. Newer guns aren't listed must...

    Thank you d'wheel. Newer guns aren't listed must be the answer.
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    serial number search

    Is it me or is there something wrong with the serial number search function in the customer services section of colt's web site colt.com?
  7. Thread: Recoil Spring

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    Many thanks to 824tsv for a rapid answer.

    Many thanks to 824tsv for a rapid answer.
  8. Thread: Recoil Spring

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    Recoil Spring

    What does a green recoil spring mean in a 1911 Government Model?
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    Yes. My series 80 1911 super 38 (2011) has...

    Yes. My series 80 1911 super 38 (2011) has ripples in the bore just ahead of the chamber and it grouped like a shotgun. Lapped the bore with valve grinding compound with emphasis on the ripples and...
  10. Thread: 38 Super +P

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    38 Super +P

    305778305786305794305802305810I have a used (new to me) blued 1911 with the "100 years of service" roll mark in excellent condition. I'm looking for loading data for 130 grain FMJ bullets from...
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    $450+

    $450+
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    61863"T" and "O", thanks for the replies. The...

    61863"T" and "O", thanks for the replies. The Brits created an odd looking loaded round and I'll post a pic of my reload. It sounds to me that the operating pressure info is the key in this case. ie:...
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    This revolver is in good shape; serial number...

    This revolver is in good shape; serial number 3724xx. Circa 1935?
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    Police Positive 38

    Is it safe to fire British service 38/200 loads in a Colt Police Positive? The 200 grain bullet has a published velocity of about 630 f.p.s.
    The overall length of the loaded round is not too long...
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    My SAA #S33936A has the pressed in bushing.

    My SAA #S33936A has the pressed in bushing.
  16. SKW: Thanks for the reply. If your barrel has...

    SKW: Thanks for the reply. If your barrel has the half moon style front sight, it's what I am looking for.
  17. WTB 2" barrel for pre-war official police

    Looking for a blued pre-war 2" barrel for an OFFICIAL POLICE 38 revolver. It should have a half-moon front sight.
  18. Thread: Colt SP1

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    Just for comparison, I have an SP1 purchased new...

    Just for comparison, I have an SP1 purchased new in 1980. I have fired many, many, many military surplus cartridges through it with no problems. It happily accepts all commercial and military ammo....
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    My questions have been answered and I learned...

    My questions have been answered and I learned plenty. defariswheel noted that Colt laboriously tapered the barrel. Boge showed how it was done---the tapering process was very laborious indeed and...
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    I do not know the meaning of the heart stamp....

    I do not know the meaning of the heart stamp. Coop48 is on the right track in his post #15. However, since it's such a sweet shooter, I would like to think that muleskinner is right in his post #16....
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    Python--tapered bore

    I read in the excellent article The Colt Python that has been referred to in this forum. In that article, it was said that the Python was designed with a tapered bore. Quote: "Uniquely, the Python...
  22. Thread: Beater python

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    Here is a 1983 vintage Python that was retired...

    Here is a 1983 vintage Python that was retired from the Florida Highway Patrol. It still has the "bank vault lock up" and is a very good shooter. Colt75 recalled correctly in post #8.
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    Many, many thanks to A1A and thecoltguy for your...

    Many, many thanks to A1A and thecoltguy for your replies. In an answer to Oyeboten, the story continues.... I "rescued" the Colt (#632912) from a pawn shop because I had never seen a round butt...
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    2" Pre-war Official Police---yet again

    Please help resolve whether or not this O.P. has an original round butt. My Colt letter says that it was shipped to the Boston P.D. in 1941, blued, 3 1/2 pound trigger pull and with a 2" barrel. No...
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    367933679436795 Here's a 1983 nickeled Python...

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    Here's a 1983 nickeled Python the has an "N" on the lower right and a "Z" on the lower left of its grip frame.
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