Nice package, I assume you got factory letters on both since you know provenance and that they are factory engraved? If any two pistols are worthy of lettering these are it. Thanks for sharing with us, they're worthy of bragging rights.
I believe Wolf and Klar was located in Ft. Worth, unless they had another store. I have a picture of their storefront that I have posted on here somewhere before..... you might do a search in the forum if interested.
The 1908 went for about $8500 (including the BP). Hammer was $6750. <br>
Had to chuckle when I saw the estimate of $1K-2K; knew it would go far north of that.<br>
Nice guns, Opentop. Really nice.
I'll have Sandiavista's 2014 production Colt in hand later today. Once it arrives I'll do a photo essay on what is wrong with the gun and why it is not functioning properly. Then I'll document the 2 steps I'll take to fix it. Step 1 will be to fix what I believe will be the obvious...
I just started the purchase of a .380 Government Model in blue. It comes with 2 magazines, but I'll want more. I don't have it in hand (dang State background period), so can't really compare to online ads and stuff.
Which magazines are worth buying? I see Metalform mags seem to be pretty...
I’m considering getting a small backup gun in .380. The Colts have caught my eye. I know the are no longer in production and the ones you see aren’t cheep. I want something that is very reliable and the fact that the price is high makes me think that these guns are in demand. Is it because they...
I have several 1911s and commanders but don't know much about the officers model. Looking at a clean stainless one series 80. What is a low and high price for this model? Was it made in 9mm?
Any problems I should watch for?
I have an opportunity to purchase a Colt Mustang XSP at a decent price, but something about the pistol is nagging me and kept me from sleeping last night.
From all that I have read, the first run of Colt Mustangs had cast slides, while the second run (in the 2000s) had milled slides. I...