Colt U.S. Military

  • Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver.
U.S Service revolver. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Good very good overall condition.
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    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber (C15184)

    $1,695.00

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. U.S Service revolver. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Good very good overall condition.  

  • Colt 1911 45 ACP caliber pistol.
WWI U.S Military pistol refurbished and reissued for WWII the gun has a Rem-Umc slide on a Colt frame, and is marked “AA” on the frame for Augusta arsenal. Near excellent condition with light wear.
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    Colt 1911 45 ACP (C15182)

    $1,950.00

    Colt 1911 45 ACP caliber pistol. WWI U.S Military pistol refurbished and reissued for WWII the gun has a Rem-Umc slide on a Colt frame, and is marked “AA” on the frame for Augusta arsenal. Near excellent...

  • Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. WWI U.S. Military revolver. Has a mix of blue and patina, overall very good condition.
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    Colt 1917 .45 ACP (C15153)

    $850.00

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. WWI U.S. Military revolver. Has a mix of blue and patina, overall very good condition.  

  • Colt Official Police .38 Special caliber revolver.
Made in 1933 with 6” barrel. Approximately 99% original finish. Bore is excellent overall condition.
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    Colt Official Police .38 Special (C15087)

    $1,195.00

    Made in 1933 with 6” barrel. Approximately 99% original finish. Bore is excellent overall condition.  

  • Colt 1917 .45 Colt (C15086)

    Colt 1917 .45 Colt (C15086)

    $1,250.00

    Colt 1917 .45 Colt caliber revolver. WWI U.S military revolver. Has been converted to .45 Colt. Has a name scratched on the left side of the frame, otherwise very good condition. Bore and action are excellent...

  • Colt 2nd Model Richards Conversion. Referred to as the Transition Model Type II Richards, found in serial number range 190000 to 199000. The most visible difference between the type one is that the hammer cuts through the recoil shield and directly strikes the back of the cartridge, therefore there is no rear sight on the recoil shield. This example has all matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, back strap, loading gate and cylinder. Wedge is not numbered. Three screw frame is not cut for shoulder stock. Two line patent address and single line barrel address. The cylinder is rebated and roll engraved with a near perfect Naval battle scent. The hammer, gate and conversion ring on a Second Model is the Richards Mason type. This revolver is in full factory nickel plate with the exception of the case colored hammer, built with the brass trigger guard and steel frame. CONDITION: Overall gun retains 80% original factory with unusual handling marks. 75-80% nickel on trigger guard, starting to flake. Case colors have dulled on hammer. Walnut grips are slightly shy to metal. Indexes and locks up like new. Strong, defined rifling with a frosty bore. A great example of a late Transition Model Conversion.
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    Colt 2nd Model Richards Conversion (C15094)

    $8,750.00

    Colt 2nd Model Richards Conversion. Referred to as the Transition Model Type II Richards, found in serial number range 190000 to 199000. The most visible difference between the type one is that the hammer cuts through the...

  • U.S. Martial Colt 1851 Navy. Made in 1856. Nice sharp gun. Metal has been cleaned and now has a light gray patina with some pitting in places. Gun is all matching except the cylinder. The serial number on the cylinder is very close range and was most likely a camp fire replacement. Grips have a coat of varnish. Action works well. 
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    U.S. Martial Colt 1851 Navy (C15093)

    $2,495.00

    U.S. Martial Colt 1851 Navy. Made in 1856. Nice sharp gun. Metal has been cleaned and now has a light gray patina with some pitting in places. Gun is all matching except the cylinder. The serial number on the cylinder is...

  • Colt Model 1861 Special Contract Musket.
Metal has a dark gray patina. Lock plate has visible writing and dated 1864. Nipple has broken off. Stock shows handling wear, some missing wood at barrel tang. Musket appears to have seen service.

    Colt Model 1861 Special Contract Musket (C15059)

    $1,195.00

    Colt Model 1861 Special Contract Musket. Metal has a dark gray patina. Lock plate has visible writing and dated 1864. Nipple has broken off. Stock shows handling wear, some missing wood at barrel tang. Musket appears to have...

  • Colt 1861 Navy U.S. Martially marked. (C15015)

    Colt 1861 Navy U.S. Martially marked. (C15015)

    $4,500.00

    Colt 1861 Navy U.S. Martially marked. This marked 1861 has several U.S sub inspectors marks such as O, C, D, L on various parts. Cylinder has a good plus to very good cylinder scene. The cylinder marking with the Colts...

  • Colt 1902 .45 LC caliber revolver.
Excellent 1902 Colt. Gun has approximately 98% of its arsenal refinish. U.S mark on frame. All markings are as new, no blurring, even the rampant Colt logo is perfect. 6” Barrel with perfect bore. In our opinion this is arsenal refinish because of the millwork in the frame and cylinder. This is indicative of arsenal work especially since the markings are so perfect and would have been applied after the clean up millwork took place. A Colt factory rework have Colt’s high luster polish, which this does not have. The gun has all the correct “RAC”  (Rinaldo A. Carr) Inspector marks, which are also perfect.  Front sight has correct “Feathering marks”. We have owned many arsenal refinished Colts but this one is superior to all of our previous example. Very handsome example of a 1902 D.A.

    Colt 1902 .45 LC caliber revolver.(C15011)

    $3,650.00

    Colt 1902 .45 LC caliber revolver. Excellent 1902 Colt. Gun has approximately 98% of its arsenal refinish. U.S mark on frame. All markings are as new, no blurring, even the rampant Colt logo is perfect. 6” Barrel with...

  • Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Colt 1861 Navy martially inspected .36 caliber Civil War revolver. All numbers match except for the wedge. Very good bore. Action works perfectly. Cylinder scene is good and visible. This is a Martial 1861 Navy with sub inspectors with letters as follows “C,O,L,S. Barrel address is sharp and clear. Grips are very good to excellent. Overall a fine rare Martial 1861 Navy. 
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    Colt 1861 Navy .36 (C14999)

    $3,950.00

    Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Colt 1861 Navy martially inspected .36 caliber Civil War revolver. All numbers match except for the wedge. Very good bore. Action works perfectly. Cylinder scene is good and visible. This...

  • Colt Special Model 1861 Contract Rifle.
Colt Special Model 1861 contract rifle in great condition. Metal looks to have been cleaned. Barrel and stock are marked “NJ” (New Jersey) issued. Stock is in good shape, shows minor handling wear. Overall a great looking Civil War era musket!

    Colt Special Model 1861 Contract Rifle (C14974)

    $5,250.00

    Colt Special Model 1861 Contract Rifle. Colt Special Model 1861 contract rifle in great condition. Metal looks to have been cleaned. Barrel and stock are marked “NJ” (New Jersey) issued. Stock is in good shape,...

  • Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. U.S. WWI Service revolver. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Front and back straps have a gray patina. Barrel is U.S. Property marked. Good-very good overall.
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    Colt 1917 .45 ACP (C14969)

    $1,375.00

    Colt 1917 .45 ACP caliber revolver. U.S. WWI Service revolver. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Front and back straps have a gray patina. Barrel is U.S. Property marked. Good-very good overall...

  • Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. Pre WWI U.S. Military revolver. Approximately 96-97% original finish. Bore is very good with a few minor pits. Frame has RAC inspectors stamp. Very good plus overall condition.
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    Colt 1909 .45 Colt (C14935)

    $2,750.00

    Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. Pre WWI U.S. Military revolver. Approximately 96-97% original finish. Bore is very good with a few minor pits. Frame has RAC inspectors stamp. Very good plus overall condition...

  • Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. Pre WWI U.S. Army revolver. Barrel is stamped U.S. Property. Frame has an R.A.C. inspectors stamp. Approximately 97-98% original finish. Bore is excellent. Near excellent overall condition.
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    Colt 1909 .45 Colt (C14933)

    $2,875.00

    Colt 1909 .45 Colt caliber revolver. Pre WWI U.S. Army revolver. Barrel is stamped U.S. Property. Frame has an R.A.C. inspectors stamp. Approximately 97-98% original finish. Bore is excellent. Near excellent overall...

  • Colt Special Model 1861 Musket.
Colt Special Model 1861 musket near mint, possibly unfired. Lock plate and barrel are dated 1864. Stock shows sharps cartouche. Metal is in its armory white finish. A truly great Special Model 1861 Musket!
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    Colt Special Model 1861 Musket (C14766)

    $5,500.00

    Colt Special Model 1861 Musket. Colt Special Model 1861 musket near mint, possibly unfired. Lock plate and barrel are dated 1864. Stock shows sharps cartouche. Metal is in its armory white finish. A truly great Special Model...

  • U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Casey Inspected Revolver. Made in 1875, very fine condition for such an early gun. This gun is U.S. marked and inspected by A.P. Casey. Gun has 70% of the original blue that is lightly fading mixed with patina. Very good case colors are on the frame. Grips have the initials “WA” carved into the left hand side. A small chip is out of the bottom corner on the left hand side. Gun is all matching and has all proper U.S. markings. A.P. Casey is one of the hardest inspectors to come by. 
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    U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Casey Inspected Revolver (C14720)

    $15,950.00

    U.S. Martial Colt Single Action Army Casey Inspected Revolver. Made in 1875, very fine condition for such an early gun. This gun is U.S. marked and inspected by A.P. Casey. Gun has 70% of the original blue that is lightly...

  • Colt Detective Special .38 Special caliber revolver. U.S. Military Intelligence Corps. issued revolver in Feb. 24, 1944 with factory letter. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 92-93% blue. Neat gun with history. <!--  Serial number 473381  -->

    Colt Detective Special .38 Special (C14371)

    $2,450.00

    Colt Detective Special .38 Special caliber revolver. U.S. Military Intelligence Corps. issued revolver in Feb. 24, 1944 with factory letter. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 92-93% blue. Neat...

  • Scarce Colt 1851 Martial Navy Revolver. Made in 1857. This is a reasonably sharp Colt 1851 Navy Model Martially issued. There is a small “U.S.” on the left hand side of the frame. The grips still have cartouches. Gun is all matching. Very sharp Martial Colt 1851 Navy!

    Scarce Colt 1851 Martial Navy Revolver (C14269)

    $3,495.00

    Scarce Colt 1851 Martial Navy Revolver. Made in 1857. This is a reasonably sharp Colt 1851 Navy Model Martially issued. There is a small “U.S.” on the left hand side of the frame. The grips still have cartouches...

  • Colt 1860 Army U.S. Marked
This is one of the guns that was refurbished after the Civil War. The guns were taken apart, refinished and then reassembled with no attempt to put the guns back together to match. These guns were issued to the buffalo soldiers as cartridge guns were coming in and the buffalo soldiers always received hand me downs. Very nice gun with good history. Trigger guard is marked “US”. This gun still has very good original blue on the barrel. Good case colors remain on the frame. The hammer is a replacement. Grips have been nicely refinished.

    Colt 1860 Army U.S. Marked

    $3,250.00

    Colt 1860 Army U.S. Marked This is one of the guns that was refurbished after the Civil War. The guns were taken apart, refinished and then reassembled with no attempt to put the guns back together to match. These guns were...