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Old 01-20-2012, 09:08 PM
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I know many members here have some nice pony guns stashed away.
Let`s see em.

Colt Official Police .38





Colt AR-15 H-BAR .223 Blue Lable





Anaconda .44 mag





Colt Double Eagle 10mm





Colt Trooper MkIII .357





Colt Officier`s Special .38





Colt New Service .38





Colt Woodsman Match Target 3rd series .22





Cold Woodsman Target 3rd Series .22





Colt New Service 1909 Army .45 Colt





Colt Official Police 32-20





Colt Second Amendment .22







Colt Detective Special 3rd issue .38





Colt New Frontier .22LR





Colt Officier`s ACP .45 done up as a ported carry gun





Colt Woodsman Sport 3rd series .22





Colt Commander 70 series .38 Super





Colt 1950s Commander Lightweight nickel & gold plate with silver grips





Colt 1903 .32acp





Colt New Service .38-40





Colt Delta Elite 10mm





Another Delta 10mm done up as a racer





Colt 2000 9mm





Colt Official Police .22LR





Modified 70 series Colt Gold Cup .45acp





Colt Lawman MkIII .357





Colt Army Special 32-20





Colt Diamondback .38





Colt Police Positive Target .22LR





Colt New Pocket .32 Long Colt





Colt Police Positive Special 32-20





Colt New Police .32 N.P.





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Colt Diamondback .22LR





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New Frontier 44 spl


pair 3rd gen 51 Navies


Diamondback


3rd gen SAA 44 WCF


70 Series 1911 customised by Kings Gunworks


3rd gen SAA 45 Colt and 44 spl
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Colt pocket pistols




Colt Scout .22

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Does this little one count?



Sure does count. The little Colt Jr is a neat little gun even if it was made by Astra.
Here`s one just like it except this one says "Astra Cub" on it. This one is a .22 Short instead of .25acp.
They are a very well made and work great. They don`t jam up like a lot of the little mouse guns do.



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I think Feralmerrill has that same rug.
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That's a rug? I though he took the pic on his leg.
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I'll play.
1940 Colt's Woodsman Sport.
My old traveling companion. Colt's Mk VI/Series 70. .45 ACP. Bought new in '76. Luckily it can't talk.
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Colt Sporter Match H-Bar:



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Old 01-20-2012, 11:52 PM
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This SAA was shipped to Browning Brothers- Ogden Utah in 1887. The end of the barrel is worn to the bore on one side -from rubbing on saddle? or? It was purchased by my grandfather in 1940 from a guy who bought it in a saloon in Rifle Colorado about 1910. The story is the marshal had just shot the owner and gave the gun and holster to the bartender. The notches are thought to be an adaptation for a smaller hand. It would appear this SAA spent a lot of time in the badlands area during the outlaw era.
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Naw, we have linoleum. Here are most of my colts.

.45 colt 3rd generation


A 1906 copper queen converted to .44 special


3rd generation .44 special


blue .22 trooper & nickle .38 special trooper


.22 LR scout late 50s


1st generation .32-20


2 1/2" nickle python from 1970


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Dang! Some of you guys have a buttload of Colts! Nice guns!

I only have one. It's a 1911 Combat Elite. My wife got a diamond ring for our 25th anniversy and I got a Colt.

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Nice collections. Colts are hard to come buy where I live, you guys are lucky!! Many of these would be big$$$ around here. Some twice what that may be worth in other states.
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1975 Lawman MKII....


1921 1908 Hammerless 380


1969 Targetmans....


Defender...


1968 Light Weight Commander Super 38...


1968 National Match....


1991 King Cobra...


1921 Police Positive Special...


1990 Government 38 Super...


1978 Tropper MKIII....


Mustang's...


22LR CONVERSION UNITS...


1970 Commemorative ....


1980 Gold Cup National Match...

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51,000 serial number made in 1913. I took it to a local gun club 1911 night with a prize for lowest serial number and didn't even get it out- there were several with 4 digit serial numbers there that night.
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This SAA was shipped to Browning Brothers- Ogden Utah in 1887. The end of the barrel is worn to the bore on one side -from rubbing on saddle? or? It was purchased by my grandfather in 1940 from a guy who bought it in a saloon in Rifle Colorado about 1910. The story is the marshal had just shot the owner and gave the gun and holster to the bartender. The notches are thought to be an adaptation for a smaller hand. It would appear this SAA spent a lot of time in the badlands area during the outlaw era.
Interesting old Colt. The barrel muzzle wear is usually from the bottom of the holster if the muzzle didn't stick out the bottom. The other side of the muzzle was protected by the ejector rod housing which probably shows similar wear. A lot of old Colts come out of Mexico looking like that and some are even worn thru the muzzle.
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These are two of my favorites:
This is a 2nd gen from 1958 that started life as a 5 1/2" 38 Special. They aren't very popular with collectors so although in 99% condition I picked up cheap and turned it into one they didn't make, a 44 Colt with USFA barrel and black powder chamfer cylinder chambered for 44 Spl with separate cyl bushing like the 1st gen guns (and now late 3rd gen guns). Fit the vintage India Sambar Stags to it.



This one is a 3rd gen Sheriff 44 Spl/44-40 convertible with a USFA chamfered cylinder and cyl bushing. I got the grips unfitted on E-bite and fit them.

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Here are my Colt's. I have to take some picture's of the remaining part of my Colt collection.
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Thuer - Love the 4" Peacekeeper, I've wanted one of those forever. The few I see are always 6".



The only Colt's I have at the moment are 1911's -

This is one of my favorite guns. It's a 1952 Commercial Model that was turned into a Hard Ball gun by Jim Clark in 1983. When the former owner rec'd it back from Clark's he fired one magazine through it to try it out and put it away until I bought it. It is as tight as the day it left Clark's.


Clark accurized Gold Cup


Clark Meltdown 1991A1 Compact


Crawford Custom Hard Ball gun. This one was customized back in '76, I go it a few months ago, it's going to make it's IDPA debut tomorrow.


Except for the grips this one is just a plain Jane 1991A1 .38 Super
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Here is my 2nd generation SAA, which was originally in .357 Magnum. I had it changed to .45 Colt by John Kopec of California. In retrospect, I should have left the gun in its original configuration, as the SN is 35729SA. I also fit and installed a 1st generation hammer by using a 2nd generation firing pin.



Colt Python made in 1978:



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Ive got a few

This was my dads, he bought it new


New frontier 44spl I dont think it was fired outside the factory. Its got all the stuff but the hang tag. Its seems that this model is often found NIB...



Bankers spl, Ive shown this pic ALOT you guys are probably tired of seeing it...


This is a tired Cobra that I carry often. Its posed with a cap pistol



Very nice Defective Special, missing the knob on the extractor. The blue is so nice on this.


Police positive spl, not much blue on it. Has some stampings removed from the backstrap, may have been a department gun?.


Last but no least, my only 1911. Its an odd duck and was a flop by most accounts. Its a Combat Target, its almost a gold cup, but not quite. Its got a bead blast finish that always looks dirty.

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I only have one, actually I bought it for my wife. I prefer Smith's and Winchester's, don't get me wrong, I have been known to sneak it out of the house and take it to the range.
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There are some great Colts here.

I have a few, and the free-wheeling lack of focus shows I am even less disciplined as a Colt collector than I am as a collector of S&Ws. If I see something and like it, I will try to get it. As with Smiths, I prefer guns over a half-century old.

Three semi-autos: a 1940 First Model Woodsman , a 1949 Second Model Match Target, and one of the last M1908s; the last is a U.S. Property general officers model issued to AF Brigadier General Clarence Irvine.








Some revolvers, earliest first: a .32 New Pocket from 1897, about 90-95%; one of the first Officers Model revolvers, a New Army & Navy with adjustable sights (1904); a nearly new 1917; an uncommon Greek Army Contract revolver (Army Special, 4.5" barrel, smooth wooden stocks and Greek stampings) from 1916; two Commandos from WWII (probably 1943 for both); and an Official Police converted for target work in the LAPD manner (angle-cut grip frame and Blackford stocks, fixed sights with low-profile barrel rib, modest bling factor with jeweled hammer and trigger).













There are a few others, some kind of undistinguished and others at least a little interesting, but these are the ones I love this morning.
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WC 145 The Peacekeeper is just a very very plain Colt Trooper MK V.

It was given to me. It is a sturdy revolver and a good shooter.
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Mostly auto's but I like the dick special most of all.













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I know, but they've always appealed to me. Maybe because when they came out I was a USAF SP, back then we were nicknamed Peace Keepers.
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Just one...and just in time for this thread....better pics to follow when I pick it up Monday...

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SURE you wanna do this?



44 Mag

One of my Pythons=just traded


Other Python


All my 1911s-Upper right in a WWII vet bringback from Iwo Jima


Colt OM


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Volume Two:

DS from Lockheed "skunk works"


Police positive special


Model 1903/1908



Colt AR (traded)


Colt 1917, along with S & W Victory and 1917


Not Shown:
Colt Vest Pocket .25
Colt Bisley=made 1905
Second Generation SAA in 357.

Leatherwork by myself (for the most part)

Forgot two:

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Colt Scout (22)

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Is the "DS from Lockheed skunk works" marked in any way to indicate it's affiliation with Lockheed?
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I only have one right now, grand dad's Woodsman, but I do have an early .45 Colt New Service commercial model on layaway.

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I only have one, this 1951 second series Woodsman. It belonged to my grandfather and he taught my mom how to shoot; they set up a shooting range in their basement!
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XSE from 2004




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Is the "DS from Lockheed skunk works" marked in any way to indicate it's affiliation with Lockheed?
Yes= I bought it from Pony Express Sports Shop in Van Nuys, about 5 miles from Lockheed in Burbank. They were disposing of Police Positives and DS's from the security guards. As you may or may not know, the "Skunk Works" was over the hill in Lancaster/Palmdale and the security force was sorta paramilitary.

It is marked "LAC" =Lockheed Air Corporation and has a inventory number. Don't know if this will turn out.

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I only have these 2 - would really like to have a snake someday.

This Match Target is ca.1957 - was my dads (need to take better pictures of it):



and this fairly new 1911:

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Yes= I bought it from Pony Express Sports Shop in Van Nuys, about 5 miles from Lockheed in Burbank. They were disposing of Police Positives and DS's from the security guards. As you may or may not know, the "Skunk Works" was over the hill in Lancaster/Palmdale and the security force was sorta paramilitary.

It is marked "LAC" =Lockheed Air Corporation and has a inventory number. Don't know if this will turn out.
That's pretty cool! I've worked for LM for 26+ years, that's why I was asking. BTW, the Skunk Works is still around!
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Colt New Police from 1905



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Recently sold this MKIV Govt Model.

1903 Colt left wheeler.

Pair of .38 Commandos.

Model of 1917.

Detective Special which belonged to my wife's grandfather when he was in the Baltimore PD.

Frontier Scout .22. I traded for this back in the early 70s for a recurve bow. Got a holster and .22 mag cylinder.

Lastly is an 1860 Army I did some work on and is owned by a friend. This was used by his GG Grandfather who was a Brig Gen in the Union army. His picture is in the shadow box.


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Rather scarce factory nickel New Service .45 Colt in about 98% condition, vintage 1932.



1971 NIB Colt SAA .45, nickel finish with all the paperwork.

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Colt Police Positive .22 WRF and a Colt Gold Cup National Match Mark IV Series 70 .45acp.



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My one and only Colt.It was my grail gun.Foolishly thought of selling it a while back but came to my senses.
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Here's mine;

1990's SAA .45 Colt
1927 Police Positive .32
1969 Python .357



And my latest;
2011 Roll Marked 1911 SS Rail Gun

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Officer's Model Target, 1934


A bunch of .22s


More .22s


An OMM in .22 Magnum


An old Sedgely-built SAA in .38 Colt


A 7 1/2" OMT in .38 Spl


Some .22LR Diamondbacks


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A Woodsman Sport


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There may be a few more around here someplace...
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Is this really a Smith&Wesson forum?Just kidding there are som fine weapons in this post
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Shall I show off my Smith and Wesson collection? That extend more than double my Colt collection.
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Some of mine

Top re-issue series 70 and gold cup, center light weight Commander XSE, bottom 1908, colt 22, Delta Elite 10mm.



WWI



Officer's special



Jr. 22 short

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