I do not know quite how an FFL would list this in their Books - no Manufacturer's Name, no Model name, no serial number...no anything! Lol...
If we did not have the 'laws' we do, of course, no one would care, and it would not be an issue worth mentioning.
But, given that we do have the 'laws' we do, clearly, this example of a .45 Automatic, is in something of an awkward position.
There is probably a good lesson to be learned here. If I were a dealer receiving items for customers, I'd probably insist they provide links to items purchased PRIOR to having them shipped to me. I wouldn't want there being any record of my shipping such a pistol...even returning it.
I was born ignorant, as we all have, so how exactly does he know this completely unmarked pistol is a Colt? Having all the rollmarks and serial number removed how can he even offer it up for sale? The story is his way of "splaining" to us unedjumikated folk that he has a firm grasp on fiction and fairy tales though
hi all, can someone tell me what the defence marks on the side of slide. A/F.
This colt is in australia, but have not seen this marking for australian defence, could it be Canada etc.?
thanks in advance
This one had been local too long and rode home with me. a quick hundred rounds of 9mm ball ammo it. I shoot pretty good with it. Like the grips and brass insert front sight. Series 70
anyone else have one? I don’t think they made a whole bunch of this model.. not sure. Made in April 2017
I recently acquired this beautiful stainless Officer's model. It is marked Lightweight Officer's ACP on one side and Tactical Officer's Lightweight on the other.
It has a slight bevel in the magazine well and duck-bill grip safety with beautiful wood stocks. I'm not sure about the make of the...