Pre-war D/A revolver with 7.5" barrel, made in 1925. The gun is in beautiful condition with about 97% original blue, with just a bit of wear at the base of the backstrap. Bore is excellent. Has very desirable fleur-de-lis checkered grips with deep dish medallions, in excellent condition. The butt has a lanyard swivel. A superb looking example.
An excellent Colt New Service revolver with a 7.5" barrel, manufactured in 1907. The bore is excellent, bright and shiny with strong. The action works perfectly, the cylinder rotates and locks up on time. The flat top model has a 99% high luster blue, opposed to the more dull blue finish that seen in later models. The grips have the oval "Colt" lettering and are in perfect condition. This is...
Colt Police Positive .38 S&W caliber revolver. "Property of Adams Express Co." marked on backstrap. Good plus condition. Butt is stamped "No. 8". Neat guard gun! You see American Express marked guns often but very few Adams Express guns.
Colt Officers 2nd Model .38 Special caliber revolver with a 6” barrel. Made in 1910. Metal has 80% of the finish. Bore excellent. Grips are deluxe checkered wood. Rare to have a 2nd model.
Colt 1895 Army Model .38 Caliber Revolver. Made in 1904. .38 Colt with a 6” barrel. Gun is excellent original condition with 97% of the original blue. Fire blue still remains on the trigger and hammer. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent. Gun comes with a factory letter. The letter confirms all features and this gun was shipped to J.B. Crook & Company in New York, NY on September 12,...
Early Officer's model made in 1909 with high luster blue. Finish has some tiny freckling. Grips are sharp. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.
Colt Officers 1st Model .38 Special caliber revolver with a 6” barrel. Made in 1905. Metal has 97% of the refinish. Bore is very good. Grips are deluxe checkered with wear.
Very interesting and unusual pre-war revolver. Frame dates to 1923. The Army Special's serial numbers continue into Official Police serial numbers at approximately 540,XXX in 1926. Revolver has a 6" heavy barrel. Metal is excellent and appears to be factory. Rampant Colt and barrel stampings are crisp and sharp. It is the opinion of the describer that this is most likely a left over frame...
Pre-war revolver made in 1931. Metal has approximately 97% factory blue finish with some light wear. Bore is excellent. Grip checker is sharp. Near excellent overall condition.
Third issue made in 1933. Scarce 22 caliber. Barrel is 6". Bore is excellent. Metal has approximately 97% original blue with some light wear. Very good overall condition.
Pre-war revolver made in 1926. Grips are a later replacement. Metal has approximately 80% original nickel plating with flaking on left side plate. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1927. Barrel is 6". Bore is excellent. Grip checkering is sharp and crisp. Metal has approximately 99% original finish. Action works perfectly. Comes with original box. Box is numbered on underside to revolver. Excellent overall condition.
Civilian model. Barrel is marked "Colt Model 1917 Auto CTGE". Metal has been refinished. Manufactured approximately 1932. Bore has strong rifling with very minor frosting. Action works properly. Left grip has a small chip at heel. Good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1940. Barrel is 6". Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Front and rear sights are adjustable. Revolver has approximately 98% original finish. The "Colt in oval" grips are very good plus with no cracks or chips. Overall a beautiful Officers Model Target.
Second issue manufactured in 1915. Front and rear sight are adjustable. Action works properly. Bore is excellent. Patent dated on barrel is July 4, 1905. Metal has some wear with approximately 70% original finish and some patina. Good to very good overall condition.
Listed in Philip Klanchers Book, Arms & Accoutrement of the Mounted police 1873-1973, on page 189. Shipped to the Commissioner of the RNWMP October 16, 1919 with a shipment of 200 Colt New Service revolvers. This revolver is well marked with MP on either side of the lanyard swivel. The back strap is marked "RNWMP 1892", most likely his issue number. The crane number is Colt's...
Very fine example of a civilian model. Manufactured in 1899. Bore has strong rifling and is mirror bright with a few small pits. Approximately 98% original finish. Action works properly. Grips are near excellent condition, no chips or cracks. An early swing out cylinder Colt revolver.
Manufactured in 1915. Bore is excellent. Barrel is 5". Action locks up tight and indexes properly. Barrel markings are sharp. Grips are excellent, no chips or cracks, and with oval form at the top with the Colt letters. Early model with high luster blue. Very good plus overall condition. Hard to find these early models with this much finish.