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  1. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    Any insights/observations regarding my most recent acquisition - 1973 Colt 1911 Government Model Series 70? The slide and frame appear to be two different materials. I was just curious to know what the experts thought about this particular firearm. Thank you in advance.
  2. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    Hello Gents, I purchased this Colt government model about a year ago and I have been unsuccessfully doing my research since to confirm its originality. First thing I did was look up the serial number C124XXX through colt’s website it says that it was made in 1920 as one of 5000 they produced...
  3. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    Hello all, I just purchased a used 1911 series 80 government mkiv in stainless steel SN SS042XX. It came with both wood and pachmayr rubber grips and also 2 mags no box. Can someone help me with manufacture date and tell me if I paid too much? I paid 450 OTD pictures added
  4. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    I have a colt mkiv series 80 government model (D&L SPORTS CUSTOM COMBAT) .45 chrome finish with brown checkered grips I cant seem to find the price for this anywhere. does anyone have an idea how much this is?
  5. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    Any information or comments on this gun are welcome. It's a pearl grip, nickel finish, .45 automatic, with a .22 slide. This was purchased recently in an auction along with a Berretta 9MM 92FS DA, and springfield-stevens .22 rifle, and a browning 12 gauge that were all owned by Sid Caesar...
  6. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    1955 Colt Commerical Government Model Looking for opinions on this one please. Could this be "not original" to the gun Colt factory engraving? Please no slamming if it is not, as I really like this gun. What are these grips? I have a letter on this one. Shipped to Kentucky in 1955. Does this...
  7. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    New to the community here, so I thought I'd post a recent find. This 1922 Government Model incorporates post WWI commercial pistol changes, most of which were ultimately adopted by the military M1911A1 "Transitional" models in 1924 starting at S/N 700000. To the best of my knowledge, the...
  8. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    This 1927 Colt Government Model is in a 1911A1 configuration. It has a trigger clearance cut on the right side but not on the left side (see pics). Is that normal for this era pistol?
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