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I've picked up a 1908 .380 with a serial number which puts it manufactured around 1932. The pistol is in excellent mechanical shape, has wood grips and shows only minor wear on the blued finish. The magazine is two-toned, the top portion being "in the white". My question is, can I shoot this little gem, or should I put it away for my grandkids?
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This pistol is not in new condition, so how could you hurt it by firing it? Unless you intend to try to wear it out by shooting it, a few hundred rounds will not change its appearance or condition.
 

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Thanks for the input. That was my thought, too. Just wanted some advice from someone with a better handle on what was what in the Land of Colt.
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