Manufactured in 1892. Metal has been factory refinished. Metal has approximately 98% of its nickel plating. Trigger has most of it's niter blue finish. Cylinder release is marked with a star. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Grips are very good no chips or cracks. Action works perfectly and locks up tight. Very good plus overall condition.
Colt Pre-War DA Revolvers
Low serial number Police Positive Target in scarce 22 WRF caliber. Manufactured in 1905. Metal has a gray patina with light pitting and original finish in protected areas. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly and locks up tight. Stag grips. Fair overall condition. Reasonably priced.
Early swing out cylinder revolver manufactured in 1892. Metal has been nickel plated long ago and has some areas of flaking. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Barrel is 4.5". Action works properly. Fair overall condition.
Pre-war revolver with 4" barrel. Grips are a later replacement. Butt has a number. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Good overall condition.
Made in 1913. Barrel is 3.5". Bore is excellent. Barrel has a thinning blue turning to patina. Frame has approximately 95% original finish. Action works properly. Grips are very good with some wear by light wear by butt. Very good overall condition.
Second issue manufactured in 1930. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Approximately 98% original blue finish. Grips have some wear. Barrel is 4". Grips are walnut and have some light wear. Very good plus overall condition.
This 38 W.C.F. (38-40) Colt New Service revolver was manufactured circa 1930. The 7.5" round barrel has an excellent bore. This revolver retains approx. 95% blue with the straps being a little weak. The checkered Colt medallion grips are fine with a little wear on the bottom edge of the left grip. The action functions properly. This is a great New Service!
This 41 Colt caliber Colt Army Special revolver is circa 1911. The 4.5" round barrel has a good bore with firing erosion. The revolver retains approx. 30% of its original blue finish, mostly in protected areas, with the remainder turning brown. The checkered rampant Colt grips are good with a couple of old small chips on the bottom left and OW cut into the bottom of the right. The action...
4.5" model made in 1929. Has about 70% blue with most of the wear on the cylinder. Bore and action are excellent.
5" blue service revolver made in 1937. Has about 92% original blue with most of the wear on the grip frame area. The grips are very good, bore and action are excellent.
Outstanding example of a Police Positive. Manufactured in 1928. Barrel is 6". Grip checkering is crisp and sharp. Mint overall condition. Comes with an original box and manual.
Superb Police Positive. Manufactured in 1924. Barrel is 4". Comes with original box and instructions. Label is intact and not tatty.
Manufactured in 1903. Barrel is 6". Metal has some minor pits on barrel and cylinder. Approximately 75% original blue finish with holster wear. Mother of pearl grips are very good no cracks. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Good overall condition.
This revolver's serial number is in the military (Marine) contract range, but is obviously a civilian gun without the U.S.M.C. markings on butt. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 75-80% original blue. Bore is excellent. Grips show wear and has a repaired chip on left panel. Side plate has been polished and reblued. Perhaps it had an inscription on it.
Scarce factory nickel plated 5.5" model, made in 1940. Has 99% original nickel finish. Bore and action are excellent. A great example of a scarce nickel plated New Service.
Pre-war commercial revolver made in 1929. Barrel is 4". Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Metal has some holster wear, otherwise very good overall condition.
Back strap is marked "Metropolitan Police Department D.C." in script. This had to be a small run of this revolver for the Metro Police! Action works perfectly. Left side grip has a chip near heel. Metal has a thinning blue turning to patina. Good overall condition. A rare Police marked model!
This third issue Colt Officer's Model Target is circa 1939. The box end is marked TARGET [part of label missing] HEAVY BARREL/PATRIDGE SIGHT/6 [barrel length] Colt's Officer's/Model Revolver .38 [Special]/ WOOD BLUE. The top and bottom box labels are good with some staining. Included in the box is a Colt's Shooting Suggestions fold out pamphlet. The box is good with edge and corner wear and...
Third Issue Officer's Model made in 1927. Barrel is 6". Frame has an area of pitting near cylinder release. Bore is excellent. Metal has minor etching with approximately 90% original finish. "Fair" overall condition.
British proof marked New Service model made in 1916. Barrel is 5 1/2" and marked .455 Eley. The cylinder chambers have been opened up for 45 Long Colt. Bore is excellent. Metal has a gray patina with some blue in protected areas. Grips are stag. Lanyard hole has been plugged. Action works perfectly and locks up tight. "Good" overall condition.