Beautiful factory nickel model 1903 manufactured in 1920. Nickel plating is excellent with no flaking. Factory mother of pearl grips have Colt medallions. Bore is mint. Comes with an original factory box numbered to another model 1903.
Colt Pre-War Automatics
Pre-war 1911 made in 1937. Left side of slide is engraved "GWS" and dated August 30, 1940. Bore is mint. Very good plus overall condition. A desirable pre-war Colt.
Pistol has been arsenal refurbished. Metal has approximately 90% of it's refurbished blue. Serial numbers are matching, including the magazine. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Grips are a later replacement. Good overall condition.
Desirable Pre-War production. Manufactured in 1926. Metal has most of it's original finish with some light wear on front grip strap. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Original grips are excellent, checkering is sharp. Correct two-tone magazine. Very good plus overall condition. A good example of Colt's Pre-War quality work.
The Type II Model 1903 32 ACP pistol has the early barrel bushing and later 3.75" barrel length. This nice looking gun retains approx. 93-95% of its factory high polish blue. Manufactured in 1909- 1910. The grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. The action functions correctly.
Manufactured in 1937. The frame and slide are marked with British proof marks. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Bottom of barrel is marked Colt 45 Auto. Pistol is very good with approximately 95% of a refinished blue. The grips are excellent. Very good plus overall condition.
Pocket pistol made in 1923. Has been expertly refinished and shows some carry wear. The bore is very good with light wear, no pitting.
Very fine hammerless model made in 1930. Approximately 99% original blued finish. Bore is mint. Address markings are sharp. Grips checkering is excellent. Correct two-tone magazine. A beautiful example of Colt's pre-war quality work.
Manufactured in 1921. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Pistol is very good with some holster wear. Left grip has a small chip at toe. Very good overall condition. A reasonably priced 1903.
The Type III Colt Model 1903 32 ACP pistol was manufactured from 1910 to 1926 with this gun being from 1917. This gun is excellent with approx. 98% blue. The hard rubber grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. The box is fair with a missing lid front and side, the serial number penciled on the bottom, a brush, and Colt Special Instructions and Do Safety Devices Really Safeguard...
The Type III Colt Model 1903 32 ACP pistol was manufactured from 1910 to 1926 with this gun being from 1922. This gun is excellent with approx. 98% blue. The hard rubber grips are excellent with no cracks or chips. The box is fine with edge wear, the serial number penciled on the bottom, and the original instructions. The action functions correctly.
Manufactured in 1912. Metal has approximately 85% original finish with some holster wear. Bore has strong rifling with corrosion in the grooves. Grips have carry wear. Good overall condition.
Popular Pre-War automatic carry pistol. Manufactured in 1939. Very high condition with only a small amount of wear near muzzle and front of trigger guard. Metal has approximately 97% original blue. Grips are excellent with checkering sharp. Bore is excellent with strong rifling and is mirror bright. A fine example.
Manufactured in 1918. Metal has approximately 50-60% original finish with pocket/holster wear, the remainder turning to patina. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Grips are mother of pearl, no chips or cracks. Good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1919. Metal has been chrome plated long ago, and has some areas of minor flaking on frame. Bore is excellent. Magazine is marked "Mil. Colt 38 Cal" on base. Grips are very good, no chips or cracks. Very good overall condition. A reasonably priced early Colt auto.
Very fine commercial Government model. Metal has 99% of it's original finish with some very minor high edge wear. Grip checkering is sharp. Manufactured in 1922. A sharp gun with original box and papers! (Box is tatty, but is numbered to pistol.)
Mint condition 1908 hammerless manufactured in 1920. Small parts have vivid case colors. Metal has no edge wear or thinning on back front strap. Grips are excellent. A fine example! Comes with original box and manual.
Near mint 1908 hammerless model manufactured in 1923. Approximately 98% of the original blue. Case colors on small parts are vivid. No wear on the front grip strap. Bore is excellent. Very fine example. Comes with original box and manual.
Manufactured in 1911. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Metal has a brown patina on slide and approximately 50% of its blue on frame. Good overall condition.
Customized U.S. military pistol. The gun has been chrome plated, which is very common for G.I. bring back pistols. The finish is in very good condition with light wear. The bore is good with light frosting throughout. The grips are old checkered ivory. A neat looking old school barbecue gun.