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Thanks all for the great info!

The Hong Kong guns were marked on the backstrap and have a lanyard ring. The Colombian National Police PPS are marked on the barrel.

The guy I got this gun from had three of them.The other two had worn wood stocks and the #s on the butts were "A-xxxx".This one has the plastic logo on the right and the thumb rest on the left like is commonly encountered on the Hong Kong guns.

A Colombian city PD (like Bogota) sounds reasonable.

Keep the ideas coming! I currently have 61 police agencies & am always buying/trading.

While we are on the subject.....How about :

1) N.P. 5 (Detective Special)
2) ZP in a circle on the right side of the frame (Police Positive Special)???

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Charles
 

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Hello Group,

I collect police dept. marked/issued revolvers and just acquired one that I need help in identifying.

It is a 1938 vintage Police Positive Special (4"bbl. blue finish,.38spl.) that is marked "B-1011-" on the butt and has Century Arms import marks( CAI ST ALB VT) on the underside of the barrel. Any ideas as to where this gun was issued?

If anyone has any police dept. marked revolvers for sale/trade,please contact me via email :

[email protected]

Thanks!

Charles Ammons
 
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