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  1. WTS: Colt OMM .38special, also FN 1903 Wooden Grips from KSD.

    Want to Sell
    Hello All, I have a 1960 Colt OMM in .38special that I want to sell. [well, I don't want to, but I need to make room for other stuff and I find I use my 1937 OMT more.] It is a beautiful shooter, but the rebluing means it isn't a collectible. I'd like to get $700 for it, not counting shipping...
  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. Help dating worn OM 38

    Colt Revolvers
    Hello all, I've been lurking around for a while but just now decided to finally join the forum. I look forward to participating in more discussions in the future. I've been looking to own a quality colt revolver for some time, but never really had the chance to get one until recently. I...
  4. SOLD: Colt Officers Model Match 6" Blue .38 Spl, Fifth Issue

    Want to Sell
    SOLD: beautiful Colt Officers Model Match 6" Blue .38 Special, Serial# 937xxx (1969), $750 plus S/H. A solid, well-kept shooter.
  5. Is my new SA .38 OMM a factory job?

    Colt Revolvers
    Aloha All, Need some of your collective wisdom. I recently purchased (but have not taken delivery of) a Officers Match Model (S/N 901XXX) single action. I'm not sure about it's DOB. It was formerly owned (so I'm told) by one of the best competitive shooters here in Hawaii. Am not sure of...