This circa June 1918 U.S. Colt Model 1911 has correct parts for that date. The barrel has a very good bore with strong rifling and with frosting in the grooves. The metal overall has a smooth brown patina with traces of the blue finish in protected areas. The trigger, hammer, and controls have most of their blue finish. As is often the case with these WWI guns, the U.S. Property marking on...
Colt U.S. Military
This is an excellent WWI Colt U.S. Model 1917 45ACP revolver. The 5.5" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun has approx. 95% blue with fading on the forward grip strap. The factory polish line at the front sight is clearly visible. The upper left of the frame has an S15 inspection stamp. All markings are standard for the Model 1917. The grips are excellent with...
U.S. Property marked Colt 1917 made in 1918. Bore is perfect. Has approximately 98% of its original finish with only one spot of fading and light pitting near the rear sight. The grips are excellent. Overall an excellent example.
WWI era 1911. Made in 1917 and meant for the 2nd Naval District, Rhode Island. Professionally marked with "H.D. Bassett" on the right side of the frame. This serial series of pistols were originally sold to military organizations and military Officers. The bore is very good with frosting in the grooves. Has 85% of its original blue mixed with some patina. Has a two-tone magazine. An...
WWII U.S. military pistol. Has about 95% finish with light wear. The bore is very good plus. Made in 1945. A very desirable WWII Colt pistol.
WWI U.S. Army issued military revolver with 5.5" barrel. The bore is excellent with strong rifling. The blue has approximately 99% of its original blue. The underside of the grip is marked "U.S. Army" near the lanyard ring. The underside of the barrel shows partial U.S. marking though they have been ground. The revolver shows little wear and is in overall excellent condition aside from the...
WWI U.S. Army issue revolver with 5.5" barrel. The revolver is marked U.S. on the underside of the grip and barrel. The revolver has approximately 65% of its original blue that is beginning to patina. The bore is excellent, bright with strong rifling. The grips are very good with minimal handling wear. Overall a very good plus condition.
WWI U.S. military revolver. Has about 85% original finish with most of the wear on the grip frame. The bore is near excellent, bright with light wear. A good looking example.
Early WWII Colt 1911A1. Manufactured in 1942. Bore is excellent. Pistol has been arsenal refinished and the finish has turned to an even brown patina. The grips are excellent with minor handling wear. The metal is excellent with no abuse and no dings. There is is some light pitting on the outside of the barrel. Overall very good condition.
U.S. marked Colt 1903 pocket hammerless. The bore is perfect and the pistol shows 99-100% of its original finish. The medallion grips are excellent. The action works perfectly. A desirable military pistol in excellent condition!
US WWI military pistol. Metal has approximately 60% original finish with patina and light surface etching. Magazine has lanyard loop and is correct two-tone. Bore is excellent. Good overall condition.
WWII U.S. military pistol. Serial number is dated 1945. Part of 1,000 pistols to the Transportation Officer Springfield Armory. Pistol has inspectors mark "GHD" above the magazine release button. Pistol has been arsenal refurbished. Grips are excellent. Bore is good with strong rifling and some shallow pitting. Overall very good condition late WWII pistol.
Colt 1903 .32 Auto caliber pistol. General Officers pistol issued to Brigadier General Richard Holmes Harrison in 1955. Bore is excellent. Pistol has some holster wear. A hard to find General Officers pistol! This pistol is listed in John Brunners book The Colt Pocket Hammerless Automatic Pistols.
WWII Military pistol, produced in approximately 1944. Bore is excellent. Action works smoothly. The right side of the slide has two small areas of light pitting, overall condition is very good plus. Inspector marked "GHD." Overall a fine condition 1911A1.
Military model in .38 auto with 4.75" barrel. Manufactured in 1910. Has about 40% original blue mixed with brown patina. Colt address and roll marks are still sharp and visible. Action works perfectly. Bore is very good with light etching and good rifling. Grips are excellent. Overall condition is very good.
Colt Commando .38 Special caliber revolver. Colt Commando WWII revolver. Barrel length 4” .38 Special caliber. Bore is excellent. Gun has correct grips. Gun has 99% original parkerized finish. Very fine example. These were U.S. government ordered gun in WWII for Defense Plant Guards. Hard to find.
Colt 1909 .45 LC caliber revolver. Bore is good with some pitting. Gun has been refinished, but all markings remain.
U.S. Army issue revolver in .45 Colt caliber. The barrel is marked "United States Property" on the underside. Has about 90% blue with most of the wear on the grip frame, and has a small area of pitting on the cylinder. Bore is bright and rifling is excellent. The grips show light handling marks and are marked "R.A.C", as is the gun. The grips are numbered to the gun and are marked on the...
US WWII military service pistol. Bore is very good with strong rifling and some minor frosting. Barrel is marked Colt Auto on left side. Slide is numbered to frame. Bottom of magazine is marked "C-S". Very good overall condition. A desirable WWII pistol.