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Has anyone here have any experience withe the new colt 1903? I have one found of each blue and parkerized and am really thinking about the blue one I know for the price you can buy an old one but I am going to use an SAA in 44 special fo a trade in and just wondered if any of you guys had one and what you thought about it
 

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Has anyone here have any experience withe the new colt 1903? I have one found of each blue and parkerized and am really thinking about the blue one I know for the price you can buy an old one but I am going to use an SAA in 44 special fo a trade in and just wondered if any of you guys had one and what you thought about it
Do a search here on the forum. There are multiple threads dealing with the subject.
 

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Do search around the pistol section. There has been quite a spirited discussion over there, and the more they post, the more appealing it is.
I could see one in the pile some time down the road.
 

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Has anyone here have any experience withe the new colt 1903? I have one found of each blue and parkerized and am really thinking about the blue one I know for the price you can buy an old one but I am going to use an SAA in 44 special fo a trade in and just wondered if any of you guys had one and what you thought about it
Do your homework.
I have bought 5 of them from US Armament so far.
If you want a new M1903 it is the only way to go.
The new High Polish Blue are Outstanding.
Nickel on the way.
-ei8ht-
 

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ei8ht snip/If you want a new M1903 it is the only way to go./snip

^^^ cryptic, maybe a little, but true, all the same.
Nobody is likely to take an authentic original new model M and go shoot the thing.
But a new US Armament pistol is different thing. You can go blast away with it, and it won't affect the value the way it would a new Colt original hundred + year old museum piece.
If I had only 1 new US A pistol, you can be sure it would get the teats shot off it.
 

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What ei8ht says. I have one, I am waiting for the nickel one to come out and then I will get one of those too. I think I will mark mine with my name and my old PD.

Do your homework.
I have bought 5 of them from US Armament so far.
If you want a new M1903 it is the only way to go.
The new high polish blue are outstanding.
Nickel on the way.
-ei8ht-
 

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Get the new bright blue model. With Brent overseeing the recent production the guns have gone from pretty good to outstanding. Nickel very soon, engraved ones soon; along with .380. People that don't get them while you can will regret it.
 

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Are these something new that's just now being offered?
Upgraded version of original offering.
High Polish Royal Blue finish.....

The pistol is Drop Dead Gorgeous,
much like the early original finish on the hammerless.
The way it should have been when the
new US Armament M1903 pistols came out
instead of the ugly duckling we got.

My early purchases of the New M1903 have all gone
out to be Finished. I hesitate to say re-finished because
in my opinion they were not finished in the first place.
Rough like a Dog.
They finally got there act together.
JMO
(Thanks Bent)

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High Polish Royal Blue finish,
hard to photograph,
Gorgeous in person.
 

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Hey ei8ht, did you change the stocks on this one yet?
Who me? Why would I change the stocks?
Perhaps it might be because to me the USA stocks
are ugly with the gold insert. JMO

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New US Armament M1903 pistol
 

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If I had only 1 new US A pistol, you can be sure it would get the teats shot off it.
How many new US A pistols do you have?

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