Colt U.S. Military

  • Colt 1911 .45ACP caliber pistol.
U.S. Army issue 1911 model. Shipped approximately May of 1918 most likely to Springfield Armory. This gun was made at a period when the milling marks in the metal became more prominent and the finish changed to black. NOTE: Blackening the pistol required refinishing, so the finish looks good but is refinished. Gun shows some scattered light pits under the refinished blue. Grips show wear and are probably original to this gun. Further information on these guns is in the 319XXX range and is on page 195 of Clawsone book, “Colt 45 service pistols 1911 and 1911A,” To clarify the finish, this gun was not refinished by the arsenal but by a collector or shooter later on. 
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    Colt 1911 .45ACP (C12819)

    $1,850.00

    Colt 1911 .45ACP caliber pistol. U.S. Army issue 1911 model. Shipped approximately May of 1918 most likely to Springfield Armory. This gun was made at a period when the milling marks in the metal became more prominent and...

  • Colt 1911 .45ACP caliber pistol.
WWI 1911 Colt shipped to Rock Island Arsenal in Rock Island, IL on June 25, 1913. Bore is excellent Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 90-93% Blue. Grips are good plus. Note: the “United States Property” legend on the left side of frame has been removed long ago. 
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    Colt 1911 .45ACP (C12817)

    $1,850.00

    Colt 1911 .45ACP caliber pistol. WWI 1911 Colt shipped to Rock Island Arsenal in Rock Island, IL on June 25, 1913. Bore is excellent Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 90-93% Blue. Grips are good plus. Note: the...

  • Colt Model 1911A1 .45ACP caliber pistol. This pistol was made under Colt’s contract of Sept. 5, 1941. This was a contract for 90,000 guns terminating at serial No. 800,000. Gun has all correct Colt parts including grips. Gun has 98-99% original finish. There are the soldiers I.D. number lightly marked on the front grip strap. This is a very fine WWII Colt and the I.D. numbers are not very noticeable.

    Colt Model 1911A1 .45ACP (C12803)

    $2,975.00

    Colt Model 1911A1 .45ACP caliber pistol. This pistol was made under Colt’s contract of Sept. 5, 1941. This was a contract for 90,000 guns terminating at serial No. 800,000. Gun has all correct Colt parts including...

  • Colt 1903 .32ACP caliber pistol. U.S. Property marked. Made in 1942. Gun is excellent with 97%+ of the original finish. Box is a well-made reproduction.          
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    Colt 1903 .32ACP (C12787)

    $3,495.00

    Colt 1903 .32ACP caliber pistol. U.S. Property marked. Made in 1942. Gun is excellent with 97%+ of the original finish. Box is a well-made reproduction.  

  • Colt 1903 U.S. Property .32 ACP Caliber Pistol. U.S. Property marked. Made in 1942.  Gun is in excellent condition with 97% of the original finish. Has British Proof Marks. 
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    Colt 1903 U.S. Property .32 ACP (C12734)

    $3,250.00

    Colt 1903 U.S. Property .32 ACP Caliber Pistol. U.S. Property marked. Made in 1942. Gun is in excellent condition with 97% of the original finish. Has British Proof Marks.

  • Colt 1911 .45 ACP Caliber Pistol. Made in 1915. .45 ACP with an excellent bore, Metal has approximately 95% of the original blue. Very attractive Colt 1911 WWI issue. Untouched all original gun!

    Colt 1911 .45 ACP Caliber Pistol (C12718)

    $4,750.00

    Colt 1911 .45 ACP Caliber Pistol. Made in 1915. .45 ACP with an excellent bore, Metal has approximately 95% of the original blue. Very attractive Colt 1911 WWI issue. Untouched all original gun!

  • Colt Single Action Army Cavalry Model Revolver. Made in 1891. This gun has a gray patina on the metal surfaces. The grips have been varnished long ago. This was a martial single action inspected by Rinaldo Carr. His inspector’s marks are throughout the gun. The barrel on this gun was shortened at one time and now has been restored to its original length. Action works perfectly.

    Colt Single Action Army Cavalry Model Revolver (C12714)

    $5,500.00

    Colt Single Action Army Cavalry Model Revolver. Made in 1891. This gun has a gray patina on the metal surfaces. The grips have been varnished long ago. This was a martial single action inspected by Rinaldo Carr. His...

  • U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Ainsworth Revolver. Made in 1874. Metal has a dark brown patina with spots of pitting throughout. All Ainsworth markings are present. The “U.S.” on the left hand side of the frame has been obliterated during the time of use. John Kopec suggests the gun was captured by Indians which is not something you normally find in one of his letters. This gun comes with a Kopec letter that mentions minor modifications that were done in the period of use and Kopec calls this gun “an honest old Cavalry Colt”. This gun was found in Texas a number of years ago and we can write a letter stating that if the buyer wishes.

    U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Ainsworth Revolver (C12618)

    $14,500.00

    U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Ainsworth Revolver. Made in 1874. Metal has a dark brown patina with spots of pitting throughout. All Ainsworth markings are present. The “U.S.” on the left hand side of the...

  • Colt Single Action U.S. Artillery Model revolver. U.S. on frame, 5 ½” barrel, bore is very good plus, action works perfectly. Frame and trigger guard are both inspected by Ainsworth. Cylinder Inspected by Casey. Grips are marked R.A.C. and 1901. The R.A.C. (Rinaldo A. Carr) was the inspector for refurbishing the 7 ½” U.S. revolvers when they were sent to Colt for rework and installation of the more practical 5 ½” barrel, thus the name given by collector “Artillery Model”.

    Colt Single Action U.S. Artillery Model (C12611)

    $5,650.00

    Colt Single Action U.S. Artillery Model revolver. U.S. on frame, 5 ½” barrel, bore is very good plus, action works perfectly. Frame and trigger guard are both inspected by Ainsworth. Cylinder Inspected by Casey...

  • Colt 1903 New Army .38 Colt caliber revolver. New Army model with “U.S. Army 1903” model on bottom of butt. Inspected by RAC and JTT on frame. Bore is excellent and action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 50% bright blue with the rest being an even smooth patina. <!--  serial number 201734  -->

    Colt 1903 New Army .38 Colt caliber revolver (C12589)

    $1,450.00

    Colt 1903 New Army .38 Colt caliber revolver. New Army model with “U.S. Army 1903” model on bottom of butt. Inspected by RAC and JTT on frame. Bore is excellent and action works perfectly. Gun has approximately...

  • Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. WWI issue model 1917. Bore is good plus with good rifling and corrosion in the grooves. Action works perfectly. Gun has a phosphate finish possibly for reissue after WWI. Grips are refinished. Action works perfectly. <!--  serial number 31508  -->

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP (C12588)

    $1,275.00

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. WWI issue model 1917. Bore is good plus with good rifling and corrosion in the grooves. Action works perfectly. Gun has a phosphate finish possibly for reissue after WWI. Grips are...

  • Colt Detective Special .38 Spcl caliber revolver. Rare U.S. marked Detective Special. U.S. marked on the backstrap. Gun is excellent with 98-99% original blue. Comes with factory letter showing gun was sent to the commanding officer, Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA. September 23, 1970. <!--  serial number B03843  -->

    Colt Detective Special .38 Spcl caliber revolver (C12532)

    $2,950.00

    Colt Detective Special .38 Spcl caliber revolver. Rare U.S. marked Detective Special. U.S. marked on the backstrap. Gun is excellent with 98-99% original blue. Comes with factory letter showing gun was sent to the commanding...

  • Colt Commando .38 Spcl caliber revolver. Commando with factory letter stating the gun was shipped to Douglas Aircraft Company Inc. in Tulsa Oklahoma on December 28, 1942. This was no doubt a defense plant guard gun as many Colt’s and Smith & Wesson’s, as well as Winchester riot guns were defense plant guns. Right side grip has a chip at the toe. Gun is excellent with 98% finish. <!--  serial number 1101  -->

    Colt Commando .38 Spcl caliber revolver (C12530)

    $1,495.00

    Colt Commando .38 Spcl caliber revolver. Commando with factory letter stating the gun was shipped to Douglas Aircraft Company Inc. in Tulsa Oklahoma on December 28, 1942. This was no doubt a defense plant guard gun as many...

  • Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. U.S. Army issue. Note: The U.S. Army markings have been removed from the bottom of the butt and the lanyard ring as well. The U.S. Property mark under the barrel is intact. Gun has approximately 90-92% original blue. Bore and action are excellent. Grips are good plus.

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver (C12456)

    $975.00

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. U.S. Army issue. Note: The U.S. Army markings have been removed from the bottom of the butt and the lanyard ring as well. The U.S. Property mark under the barrel is intact. Gun has...

  • Colt 1917 45 ACP caliber revolver. Colt 1917 U.S. Military model in excellent condition. This is a beautiful example except for the removal of the military markings at the lanyard swivel on the bottom of the butt. The “U.S. Property” mark on the underside of the barrel is not there and was not removed. It just was never put on. So, this really fine revolver is reasonably priced.

    Colt 1917 45 ACP caliber revolver(C12479)

    $1,250.00

    Colt 1917 45 ACP caliber revolver. Colt 1917 U.S. Military model in excellent condition. This is a beautiful example except for the removal of the military markings at the lanyard swivel on the bottom of the butt. The...

  • Colt 1902 Auto .38 ACP caliber pistol. Colt 1902 military model. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately a 30% blue with the rest being a blue-gray patina. Left side grip has a small chip at the rear toe (at the swivel). Grips are very good otherwise. Good plus to very good overall condition.

    Colt 1902 Military Model .38 ACP (C12365)

    $1,875.00

    Colt 1902 Auto .38 ACP caliber pistol. Colt 1902 military model. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately a 30% blue with the rest being a blue-gray patina. Left side grip has a small chip at the rear...

  • Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. U.S. Army issue inspected by R.A.C. (Rinaldo. A. Carr.) Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Grips are near excellent and are R.A.C. stamped on the bottom. Gun has approximately 93% high luster blue. (Gun has some light pits near the muzzle and some very lite speckling).

    Colt 1909 .45 Colt (C12273)

    $2,975.00

    Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. U.S. Army issue inspected by R.A.C. (Rinaldo. A. Carr.) Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Grips are near excellent and are R.A.C. stamped on the bottom. Gun has approximately 93%...

  • Colt 1909 .45 LC caliber revolver. Scarce U.S. Navy issue model 1909. Marked U.S.N. and anchor on bottom of butt. Action works perfectly. Bore is excellent. Grips are numbered inside however not to this revolver. They are in very good condition and fit very well. Left side of frame is lightly stamped S.W. Swalles SA TX. Gun has approximately 90-92% blue.

    Colt 1909 .45 LC (C12272)

    $3,450.00

    Colt 1909 .45 LC caliber revolver. Scarce U.S. Navy issue model 1909. Marked U.S.N. and anchor on bottom of butt. Action works perfectly. Bore is excellent. Grips are numbered inside however not to this revolver. They are in...

  • Factory Engraved Colt Army Special .41 Colt caliber revolver. Made in 1915. Gun is nicely factory engraved with nickel finish. Nickel rates 92%-93%. Grips are deep dish medallion carved pearl. This gun was shipped to a W. M. Villareal and the back strap was engraved M. M. Villareal presumably for a gift. The making in the back strap was removed long ago. Very fine original gun that comes with a factory letter confirming all features.

    Factory Engraved Colt Army Special .41 Colt (C12052)

    $6,950.00

    Factory Engraved Colt Army Special .41 Colt caliber revolver. Made in 1915. Gun is nicely factory engraved with nickel finish. Nickel rates 92%-93%. Grips are deep dish medallion carved pearl. This gun was shipped to a W. M...

  • Colt Consecutive Pair U.S. Navy 1900 .38 Auto caliber pistol. Rare Pair of U.S. Navy model 1900 sight safety Automatic pistols. Consecutive serial numbers. Frame marked USN 126, USN127. Both pistols have 97-98% original blue. Guns both have light nicks and scratches. We have owned and observed other US Navy Model 1900’s and they all have light nicks and scratches. The Navy apparently packed them in a loose fashion so as to get these light marks. Beautiful deep high polish blue. Original grips and original nickel magazines. Spectacular Pair!

    Colt Consecutive Pair U.S. Navy 1900 .38 Auto (C11989)

    $55,000.00

    Colt Consecutive Pair U.S. Navy 1900 .38 Auto caliber pistol. Rare Pair of U.S. Navy model 1900 sight safety Automatic pistols. Consecutive serial numbers. Frame marked USN 126, USN127. Both pistols have 97-98% original blue...