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OMG Can't remember seeing so much gun porn. Here's a sample of some of mine. I just got a new Nikon compact and I'll post some new ones when I get more time. These were taken about 10 years ago with a super crappy HP camera.

From the left, Double Eagle 10mm, SS 10mm and among the group a poly Colt 2000. Just put in a new photo of the 10mm Custom Shop Delta. The only one not in there is a 1991a1 45ss flat finish. It was a more recent aquisition three or four years ago. edit: Got off my lazy butt and snapped a mediocre pic of the 1991. Need more practice, huh.
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On reflection, I realized I left out a couple of Colt DA target revolvers whose condition or interest meant they could have been included in my earlier post in this thread. So here they are now. Again, they are older specimens.

This one is an Officers Model in 38 Special from 1920, serial number 451417. I can shoot this one a little more accurately than my K-38s, perhaps because it is slightly heavier and I do better with heavier revolvers.




And then there is this somewhat rare .32 Officers Model from 1940 or 1941, serial number 643916. I think this one is unfired.

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Peacemaker Buntline .22




1903 .32 Safety Hammerless, 1905 vintage.





1877 Thunderer, .41 Colt, 1891 vintage.



Police Positive, .32 Police, 1920 vintage.




Cobra, 1952 vintage.




1911, 1917 vintage, holster, too.



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Sold off most of my Colts a few years ago but I kept these. One Python, two DB's, .22 and a .38. Then I picked up an old DS because the price was right.


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Early post-war Woodsman


Officer' Model with an A.H. Hardy holster

Altered Official Police that I bought for the
Roper grips. It shoots like a dream

Officer's Special with a Heiser holster

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A lot of nice Colts of all ages. I'll add some for those of you who like older Colts.

Here are a couple of 1860 Armys. ONe a U>S> and the other a civlilian. Both shipped in 1862.




Here is a Richards first Model Conversion 12 Stop, a pretty scarce variation.



Here is a U.S. Richards Conversion. The Cavalry's first cartridge revolver.



Here is an 1871-72 44 RF Open Top.



Here is an Ainsworth inspected Cavalry SAA.




A 45 Colt SAA shipped in 1875 with a Type 6 New Model Breach Loader in 38 RF.



A Bisley in 32-20 shipped in 1910.




Here is a New Police "Cop & Thug" in 38 CF.



A Model 1905 shipped in 1907.




Last for now is a Government Model from 1913.

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Brush. Thank you for posting. This is amazing. I enjoy this very much.
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Some beautiful Colts shown here gentlemen. Here's a couple that I'm fond of. They both have the Heavy Barrel option and are so marked on the barrel.


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Nice little 32 long. Love the weight and trigger.
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Here is my Grandfather's Official Police that will be my youngest son's. Chambered in 38 Special.
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1957 .45



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I really like the 100 years model with the short trigger....

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A .22 and .41, I'm not sure what caliber the top one is though....

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I really like the 100 years model with the short trigger....
It's not like a S&W guy may own a Colt?

The short trigger is a Series 70 reproduction of the real 70 (but you knew this).

It's good but still a reproduction with no "drop safety". It comes with a warning.




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Just got another Python, wasn't really looking for one but sometimes you have to get things when you can. Here's a pic of my new nickle one and another pic of both of mine together.
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Wow , what beautiful pics of such nice Colts! I'm almost too embarrassed to post the poor snapshots of my meager herd of Prancing Ponys. Almost!

My 1960 Python #96XX



1954 .357



1917 .45 when I got it for $325



today



1918 New Service in .455 Eley , rough on the outside but nice on the inside



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Mk.IV Ser.70 custom



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I just purchased this gun at a local gun show. I am trying to date the gun and find out if Colt made this gun in Nickel. It appears to be original finish. I also posted this on the Colt forum. The patent #'s on the barrel are Aug. 5, 1884, June 5, 1900 and July 4, 1905. The model on the side of the barrel is officers model 38, it has a maltses cross before and after the roll mark.
The serial # is 4995xx.
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I am trying to date the gun and find out if Colt made this gun in Nickel. It appears to be original finish.
That is a Colt Officer's Target?. It looks like a second issue to me (1908-1940) due to the front sight. I've never seen one in nickel.

IMO, those grips are not original. A serial number would help (62XX or 491XX). It's still a very interesting revolver. You did very well.

I didn't really say that my Detective Special is a third issue. The 3rd issue is different from the 2nd issue due to the shrouded ejector rod. 3rd:


The rampant Colt emblem is special to Colt guys. You can see it here on this Officer's Model (they always use the same name in different guns):


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I apologize. I pictured my 1911 on the cover. It's a good first reference: "Standard Catalog of Colt Firearms" by Rick Sapp.
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[QUOTE=GA 1911;136318564]That is a Colt Officer's Target?. It looks like a second issue to me (1908-1940) due to the front sight. I've never seen one in nickel.

IMO, those grips are not original. A serial number would help (62XX or 491XX). It's still a very interesting revolver. You did very well.

The serial number is 4995xx It is a six digit number. There is a "Y" under the serial number.
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I forgot to add a few more.

For little critters



.22-250


For bigger critters



.300 Win. Mag.

For really big critters



.375 H&H

A buddy was lucky enough to pick up eight of these lovely ladies when Colt got out of the Sauer business, when he got out of the gun business these followed me home.... I'm swapping out the scopes as finances allow.... Only issue so far.... I'm a lefty...
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Just playing with my new Canon PowerShot SX130IS camera.

I am not completly happy with the result. But this is my Near Mint 3e generation Colt SAA in .44 special.
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I just added this one to the stable, OMT .32



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Here is my most expensive Colt. It is only a year old and costing a fortune each month.

The other Colts only cost at time of purchase.
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Here are two of my latest. A late 1930's Official Police in .22



A very nice condition Army Special in .41 Long Colt. Note the fire blue on the trigger
and on the top of the hammer.

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Always wanted a set of genuine ivory slabs , but they're out of my price range. Don't like plastic. But I just got these buffalo bone grips on Ebay. Very nice natural glow to them , but the fake Colt medallions are a bit chintzy looking. I'll replace them.

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Here's my one and only Colt. A six-inch Trooper Mk III .357. I just picked it up yesterday. I really like the "Satin Nickle" finish. Now the shootout begins, six-inch, 4-screw, M28 vs Colt Trooper Mk III.

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Just picked up this Colt Lawman MK V .357 earlier this week.
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A non-gun, or BB or pellet firing copy of Colt 1860 Army?
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Series 80 MKIV Officers Enhanced .45
2nd Gen SAA 5 1/2" Stagecoach .45

This concludes the presentation of my Colt collection. I would, however, like to add an early Detective Special, at some point
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My one and only Colt M1991 A1.45 Auto.
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1968 Colt Commander (the Lightweight before they actually named them Lightweights in 1970).
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A non-gun, or BB or pellet firing copy of Colt 1860 Army?
1860 Colt Army is correct. It's a non-firing replica.
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