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  1. Colt Revolvers
    Share your vast love for Antique Colt Firearms from old to new models. Here I want to share my son's collections of antique Colt firearms... Colt Single Action Army .44 Rimfire caliber revolver. Made in 1876. The Rimfire Single Actions were early guns produced in their own serial range, 1-1863...
  2. Photos Area
    We inherited an antique colt (see photo). How/where do we sell it? What is its value? (The bullet case is empty.) All advice appreciated.
  3. Colt Revolvers
    It's a Colt Police Positive chambered in 38 Colt (38 S&W) with a 6" barrel Serial number: 47XX I was told by a vendor (that didn't make me an offer) that because it's stamped "Police Positive" on the barrel and "Colt's New Police" on the side plate, it was more rare and a "transitional gun"...
  4. Colt Revolvers
    Hi everyone! My father-in-law asked me to do a little research and see if I could find out anything about an old gun he has had in his collection. The only marking or "model number" that I could find on it was DA-38. It has a very low serial number(3256) but doesn't seem to have the Colt Logo...
  5. Colt Revolvers
    Picked up this in Tulsa last year, it was sold to me as 'antique' SN: 16329. I'm pretty sure that this gun is later that that but I would just like to clarify as this would make it C&RA few things about these early colts has got me confused regarding caliber. I know that the New Pockets were...
  6. Colt-Smithing
    I have a .38 Super that my father carried during the battle of Iwo Jima. To the best of my knowledge the gun was last shot in 1963, cleaned, oiled and packed away. I've had it checked out by 2 different sources –– a shop owner of 50 years and a dealer/trainer. The bore is bright and all...
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