#1.+++SPF+++ First up is a very nice First Issue Colt Cobra blue 38 special snubnose with excellent+ condition original stocks, and the lustrous original finish overall conservatively in about 95-96% condition with a single small idiot mark of the upper left frame just before the barrel. Just a trace of muzzle wear on the left. The leading edges of the frame and cylinder are nearly free of any wear. Bore is squeaky clean, timing and action are impeccable. No box or docs, just a very nice vintage Colt snubbie.
SN is 2593XX (1968 per Proofhouse). This gun is also posted at one other forum.
$450 shipped from my FFL to your FFL by insured Priority Mail (my actual cost about $30).
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#2.+++SPF+++ Here's a 1936 (Third Issue) Colt Officer's Model Target 6" 38 spl. with the Heavy Barrel. Overall finish is original, loustrous, and little to no wear of the muzzle, barrel, leading edges of the cylinder or frame; however, there is loss of finish of the forward half of the bottom of the trigger guard with light rusting of this area only. Bore is shiny, action is smooth, and timing is fine. This one comes with a nice era-appropriate holster, a 2" vintage leather gunbelt, two speedloaders, and a speedloader belt holder, as well as the set of original Colt factory walnut checkered silver-medallioned service grips (in excellent condition) the gun would have shipped with..... as well as a nice set of medallioned Pach target grips.No box or docs.
SN is 6001XX which dates it to 1936 per Proofhouse..
$475 shipped from my FFL to your FFL by insured Priority Mail, an actual cost to me of about $30. This gun is also listed at one other forum.