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  1. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    I'm looking at buying this pistol but something seems fishy. It is listed as a ww2 colt the guy says the vet who braught it back wiped the markings on it. It is an A1 model and he says it's from 1944. The serial number comes up as colt 1914 on proof house. The frame does say united states...
  2. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    I have an old 1918 colt with the incorrect grips what sites do you recommend for me to find the WW1 grips or where I can possibly do a trade? thanks
  3. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    new to the forum so thanks in advance for the help. I just pickup a M1911 colt the Serial number starts with 554xxx all the research i have done comes up with 2 different dates 1918 or 1913. The frame has "united states property" above the seriel number and the seriel number has No before it...
  4. Photos Area
    Hi all, first timer here.I have a question that I hope someone can help me with.I recently acquired a gun from my father, he's had it for the past 5 decades stored away in his dresser. I remember shooting it as a child, but never knew anything about it. From what I've been able to research I've...
  5. 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...
  6. Colt Semiauto Pistols
    I'm looking at a WWI vintage 1918 Colt 1911 for sale. Serial number 233xxx. It's in fine - very good shape. Everything appears correct except for the grip panels and it's missing the magazine. Both of these I should be able to replace. It has GHS monogram, and from Poyer's and Clawson's...
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