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  1. Cylinder Spin?

    Colt Revolvers
    Hi All, I'm new to the forum and new to Colt. I have a question regarding cylinder spin--that is, how easily the cylinder spins when swung out from the frame. I searched through the forum and did find that the cylinders on older Colts tend to have a tighter fit than newer Colts and other...
  2. My latest shooter, a 22LR Officer's Model Match

    Colt Revolvers
    Hey folks, Here's my latest shooter -- an Officer's Model Match manufactured in 1956. Chambered in 22LR, it's a joy to shoot! I do believe I will be taking off the original grips though, they're in very, very nice shape and I hope to keep them that way! (Just back from the range) (post clean...
  3. 1976 Colt Lawman Marklll .357

    Colt Revolvers
    New to this sight so my apologies for posting and deleting. Anyhow, this is my hand me down. I must say, I'm not a revolver guy but this one is a sweet piece. A bit large for me but I do for some reason still have it. Fired only a few times in the last 10-12 years. Debating to keep it or find a...
  4. Can anybody give me any information about my Officer's Model?

    Colt Revolvers
    Hey, I posted this in an old thread, but thought I'd go ahead and add it here too. I inherited an old Officer's Model that my grandfather wanted to restore, and never got the chance. Since this seems like the knowledgeable place, I thought I'd see if anybody could give me any information about...
  5. SOLD: Colt Officers Model Match 6" Blue .38 Spl, Fifth Issue

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    SOLD: beautiful Colt Officers Model Match 6" Blue .38 Special, Serial# 937xxx (1969), $750 plus S/H. A solid, well-kept shooter.
  6. 1917 U. S. Army

    Colt Revolvers
    I own a 1917 U. S. Army Colt. I purchased it in the mid 1960s. I would like to identify the date of manufacture and pedigree if possible. Markings: Left side of barrell - Colt D. A. 45. Top of barrell - Colt Pt. F. A. Mfg. Co. Hartford, Conn U.S.A. - Patd Aug 5, 1884, June 5, 1900, Apr 9...
  7. My Colt Officer's Model .22LR (1930)

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    Was lucky to find this last month before I went on vacation at my local gun store. It's the 1st year they made this in .22 LR. It came with Franzite target grips which, although functional, covered up the pretty prancing Pony. Thanks to user dback13, I have obtained the original type stocks...
  8. WTB: Grips Colt Officer's Model .22 (1930) - FOUND ! (DONE)

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    Looking for a nice pair of original Colt Officer's Model grips for my .22 LR model made in 1930. Here's an example (not mine) of a pre-war Colt OM with the original grips.