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I recently bought a model 1903 Pocket .32 auto from my father. It is nickel plated and has mother-of-pearl grips. Finish is about 85-90%. It does NOT have the barrel bushing. I wanted to get spare magazines for it, but could not find originals, so I had to settle for two Triple -K brand mags which work great, but oddly one holds 8 rounds, while the other only holds 7. What is the pistol's value? I've gotten figures from $400 all the way to $1000. Serial number on the gun is 404xxx. Can anyone tell me when it was made?
 

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Nice to have you aboard OfficalPoliceRev, your .32 was made in 1922. As for value I would be towards the bottom of your estimate. Are the grips original Colt? if so that would bring up the value...
 

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It took me a while, but I found an original mag for my M1908 .380 Pocket Hammerless by contacting every used magazine lister in Shotgun News and Gun List. (A tedious procedure as many are not on-line.) The original mags ain't cheap, but I wanted one.

Steve
 
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