You mean these?
This was one of my wife's birthday gifts a while back. I actually kind of like them, as they are a current version of what Colt is producing. If I was going for the old school look, I'd not get a stainless gun with combat style sights to begin with.
I'm getting a red/black VZ grip for my Night Cobra as well, to replace the all black one it came with. No real reason other than I'd like to try something with a bit more texture than the factory offering and I like red. Red and black go together, as do blue and stainless I think.
I like how the Colt logo VZ grips look and feel. I kept the blue ones that came on my 9mm Gold Cup. On my .38 Super Competition I replaced the blue grips with grey/black ones without a thumb notch for the magazine release.
Sorry I can't provide picture of subject pistol I could be interested in buying if police marked.
It bears on right side of receiver this marking: "B.M.C.P. 64."
Could you help in identifying, please
Cheers - Bruno
Hi All, Please provide any info you can offer. I've had this pistol since the late '60s. It's serial number is 5169XX, which per Colt SN Lookup website puts it manufactured in 1918. Thanks in advance. Mark
This was my Uncle’s gun, he was a great man. I feel very fortunate to have it now. From my research it has a Remington UMC slide, a Colt frame s.n. 225xxx, and a Springfield barrel. Any ideas on the year? Should I shoot it, and if so what round do you recommend?
I have never shot or used a 1903 .32 caliber pistol in my lifetime. But today my LGS unwrapped this little pistol from Colt that was such a little beauty in it's standard blued finish. It was so light, and all rollmarks so sharp and deep. The wood grips with Colt medallions were soo fine. I...
I want to buy a 15 round extended mag for my Colt Commander M1991A1. All the extended mags I see on the Web are advertised as for 1911s. Will the 1911 mags fit my Commander?
Also, has anyone had any experience with these extended 1911 mags? Are they reliable, or do they malfunction too often?