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  1. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    Hi Friends, My grandma just found one of her deceased husbands guns when cleaning out his man cave. Looks to be a .32 auto 1903 Model , SN in the lower 13,000's and obviously not used in many decades (he died in 45 years ago). It has black grips BROWNING's Patent plus other etching. Some wear...
  2. Single Action Army
    Hi Guys, Bought this many years ago and yet to get the letter for it. I should because it is a rare .38 Colt with a serial number around 1912 It was in pieces when I got it Someone thought they would bend the grip frame to make it look like a Bisley I made a fixture to bend it back You can see...
  3. Colt Long Guns
    Hey guys, I am having a hell of a time identifying what model this AR-15 is exactly. History is it was given to my father as a gift from Colt Industries when he retired as President of their Kentucky plant in the early 1980's. I have called Colt customer service directly, but after waiting 10...
  4. Colt Long Guns
    Hello all I just bought a collection of ar 15s that came from the colt archives. I am looking to find a collector who could help me with valuing these guns. There are too many to list and many of them I've never seen before but just to get started one of them is sp00022. This gun is factory...
  5. Colt Revolvers
    I went to the gun-shop near my University with no cash and no real thought of buying anything. After talking a bit with the guy about some Colt Police Positive Specials he had (he had one he wont sell, a nice nickel plated .32) I asked to see if he had one in better condition and he said no. I...
  6. Colt Revolvers
    Hi all, I recently found a very rare colt .45 revolverIt's a Double action engraved on side of barrel D. A. I can't match an exact model for it, serial number in inner side and body match 343874Check my pictures, I found in barn in South America. Two old sisters had it as heritage of their...
  7. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    A guy on reddit just posted pictures of his great grandfather's WWI Navy issued Colt 1903 hammerless. What makes this particular gun so rare is that it was the very first 1903 to be issued to a US General Officer, a trend which would continue until the 1970's when it was eventually phased out...
  8. Colt Revolvers
    Hello fellow Colt lovers. I have a Kodiak 44 mag 6" up for auction on gunbroker.com. Check it out! http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=183245974
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