This page will include Colt Firearms and Colt Company Products that we find for resale. A collector friend of mine once told me long ago that the only thing worth more than gold was the amount of original blue on an old Colt. I always tried to find the best and now, from time to time, I'll include one or two of those treasures from my own collection on this site.
Colt Model 1873, Single Action Army, Collage
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Colt 1902 Sporting Model Semi-auto Pistol
HC0201 ... Colt Semi-auto Pistol Model 1902 Sporting, blue, 6" bbl. and chambered in .38 ACP with hard rubber checkered grips. This pistol was manufactured in 1905, has the early, case colored high hammer, fire-blue screws & trigger and the brass firing pin. The serial number is 80xx with the condition of barrel as excellent, overall about 70% blue remaining on slide and frame and grips as near perfect. This is John Browning's first successful patented semi-auto pistol and led to the popular 1911 Colt model. The action and workings of this gun are excellent but being over 100 years old one would expect some bluing loss and some corrosion in spots, there is that here with this gun. The faded or worn areas have turned brownish and a few of the screws and pins show use. Still a very nice addition to a collection, they are not as available as they once were and this is one of the rather early guns. We have it priced at
Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army, 1937 Mfg. First Generation .38 Sp.
CL5121 ... Colt Revolver, Single Action Army, Model 1873, First Generation in .38 Special caliber. The serial number is 355629, listed as a curio, in full nickel with 7½" barrel and black rampant colt grips. In as new condition and possibly is unfired but there is no guarantee that some rounds have not been discharged over the past 68 years or so. However, there are two spots of flaking, one on the left side of hammer, the other on the loading gate. The back strap shows several nicks and scratches. No letters are generally available in this serial range as I believe all were destroyed in a Colt fire. There were only 25 made in this caliber and only a few in this configuration ever manufactured according to Colt records. I've had a lot of inquiries on this fine revolver, a lot from Europe where I can't ship this to because of the caliber and quite a few from the USA by folks who don't realize what the price is going to be. This is a fantastic piece! The original, perfect grips, matching of course, have been in place so long that the serial numbers of the backstrap and trigger guard have embedded into the right inner grip. The blemishes on the backstrap can no doubt be removed with professional polishing but I leave that to the next owner. This is from my own collection and if I had to keep one rare Colt SAA in my collection, this would be it, FFL required ... Price is always on the rise ..
Colt Double Action .41 cal. Thunderer Model of 1878, Engraved
CO 9102 ... Colt Revolver, .41 Caliber Double Action, Model of 1878 Thunderer with 5" barrel. This serial number 981xx was made in 1895 with case colored frame and blued cylinder, barrel and grip straps. All numbers match except the old ivory grips are not numbered. There is engraving on the cylinder and on the rear of barrel that may or may not be original, I do not have a letter on this piece. The cylinder bores are excellent and the barrel bore is very fine. The action works excellent. The colors have grayed on frame with little showing. Trigger guard and grip straps bluing are about 85 to 90%. The barrel bluing has thinned, it may have been touched up with bluing, hard to tell. Overall the feel and look of the gun is excellent, the old ivory lends well to its' turn of the century use. No doubt by some Yukon Gold Rusher or Railroad Bandit ... well, you never know! That's part of the beauty of this gun collecting world. Anyway, anyone should be pleased with this old piece of American History. We have it priced right at
Colt Model 2000 NIB First Edition, BK Serialized
CL5112 ... This is the Colt Company try at new technology and design with their Model 2000 double action, semi-auto pistol in 9mm Parabellum. This one is marked "First Edition" and is New in the Box, the aluminum frame version with a 4 1/2" barrel and 15 round high capacity magazine. The BK prefix in the serial number of the first 3000 is to commemorate the designer Reed Knight, this one is BK02987. All of these guns were recalled by Colt for an adjustment and somewhere I have a letter that I received to this effect. I never sent this one back, it has been in my collection since shipped from Colt in 1993. This model was only made from 1991 to 1993 and finding them in this condition and unaltered is rare. There is a slight rubbing of the bluing on the top rail from box wear but not very noticeable, otherwise in as new condition. The outer box has some edge wear, the blue plastic case is new and contains the instruction book and unused cleaning brush. There is one magazine for the gun and a loader. The three dot sighting system, light weight of 33 ounces and fine grip feel with excellent pointing capability were fine features of this new model and thoughts of taking this new design into the twenty-first century abounded within the Colt Company. Manufacturing the design proved too much for Colt and they returned the design and tooling to Reed Knight and discontinued the pistol. Your chance to own one is here and now with this offering and we have it priced with the stated purpose that this gun is for collecting only and not to be fired unless proven satisfactorily safe by Colt Company as per their recall for any adjustments that should be made. Our price is
Colt Single Action Army 1873 in .45 Long Colt
We have just been consigned a very fine Colt 1873 SAA with 5 1/2" barrel in .45 LC caliber. This gun with serial number 3379xx is classed by collectors to be in the late smokeless powder range for 1920 to 1940 because of the number being only on the frame. However, this Colt was made in 1919 so is a transition variant to that rule. The same number is also on the grip frame under the period stag grip but not on the cylinder. There is little screw deformation and the gun is in overall excellent condition with most blue and most case color though a bit fading. An honest gun in a great caliber. This is a consignment piece and the owner has priced it right at
Colt Black Powder .36 cal. 1861 Navy Revolver in Box ~ Signature Series
C00910 ... This is the authentic Colt 1861 Navy that was made in Brooklyn, NY and serial numbered in sequence of the 1861 Colt's made in Hartford, CT during the Civil War and later. It is made and marked as the originals were and should not be confused with the word "copy" or "reproduction" but rather is new manufacture in contemporary times, 1981. The serial number is 43772 and is one of the last made. The specifics are those of the original Hartford Colts. This appears unfired and is in as new condition but I am sure a handling mark can be found somewhere. It comes with the original box and inserts and paperwork, all unused. Even if you can afford the $50,000 or so that this gun in this condition would warrant if made in the 1860's, you would still be able to find room for this, the last of the originals, in your collection. There is no FFL required or licensing required on antique or percussion guns as this is. We just got this in and have it priced at
$0000.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt Black Powder .36 cal. 1861 Navy Revolver
C00912 ... This is the authentic Colt 1861 Navy revolver that was made to look like an original Civil War Era weapon. In reality it is the same as the Signature Series Colt above but was faked by changing the back strap and renumbering the parts to match the rest of the gun and the cylinder. Then "aged" a bit and pawned off as a real Civil War gun. It is a real Colt but one that was made a hundred years later. It surely does have "the look" and would make a nice wall piece for the den or office or re-enactor's gun on hip or display. I bought this a little too quick among a collection of antique guns but eventually worked out a satisfactory outcome. Well, now we have it here for sale for what it is serial number 14409, .36 caliber Navy but as an altered Signature Series Colt. On closer inspection it appears unused and unfired. The only part changed was the back strap that had the "Signature Series" logo on it. To get my money back I have this priced at
Fool your friends with this $15,000. wall hanger. Classed as an antique.
Colt Black Powder .36 cal. Paterson Revolver, Italian Copy
C00947 ... This is an authentic looking copy of the Colt Paterson Revolver, the gun that began the dynasty of Colt Firearms. It is unfired but manufactured in Italy. No FFL required in most states.
SOLD ... BUY NOW.
Colt Black Powder .44 cal. Walker Dragoon Revolver in Box ~ Signature Series
C00970 ... This is the authentic Colt Walker Dragoon Revolver in .44 caliber, cap & ball percussion system that is know as the Signature Series or Second Generation Colt Black Powder that was produced in Brooklyn, NY and began serialization where the old Walkers left off. It is made and marked as the originals were and should not be confused with the word "copy" or "reproduction" but rather is new manufacture in contemporary times, 1980's. The serial number is 36895 and the specifics are those of the original Colts. This appears unfired and is in as new condition but I am sure a handling mark can be found somewhere. It comes with the original box and inserts and paperwork, all unused. Even if you can afford the $150,000 or so that this gun in this condition would warrant if made in the 1850's, you would still be able to find room for this, the last of the originals, in your collection. There is no FFL required or licensing required on antique or percussion guns as this is. We just got this in and have it priced at
$xxxx.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Another Walker Dragoon, Italian Copy ~ Just in ...
This one is blued, similar to one pictured above but with walnut grips. Marked 1847 above wedge, blued barrel and case hardened and colored frame. Appears unfired and in like new condition. Massive gun and great for a display.
Colt Huntsman .22 Semi Automatic Target Pistol
C00130 ... This Colt Huntsman .22 LR caliber semi-auto target pistol is serial # 186xxx-C. The gun has a 6" barrel and comes with excellent walnut grips and is in as new condition. It also comes with its' own original box and paperwork plus the rarely seen original sales receipt from the JC Penney's Department Store from 1969. A FFL is required, but it is classed as a curio, our very reasonable price is only
Colt 1988, 1989 Catalogs
33) Pair of Colt Catalogs, years 1988, 1989, standard size, 16 full color pages on heavy stock each featuring firearms, accessories and Colt Custom Shop guns. The 1988 catalog is excellent, the 1989 catalog has been folded length- wise and has a crease, otherwise excellent. The pair priced at
Colt Single Action Army 1873 in .45 Long Colt
We have just been consigned a very fine Colt 1873 SAA with 4 3/4" barrel and in .45 LC caliber. This gun with serial number 343642 is classed by collectors to be in the late smokeless powder range for 1920 to 1940. This particular revolver being made in 1922 still retains the "V" groove rear sight and Encircled Rampant Colt hard rubber grips, which remain in excellent condition and both being numbered to the frame. The serial number is only visible on the bottom front of the frame but is also marked under the grips and the cylinder rear is marked with "42" being the last two digits, all of which is proper. The proper hammer configuration for this period is also present on this firearm and retains nearly all of its' original case coloring. The frame retains about 90% of the original case colors but is starting to thin on the high spots. Nearly 75 to 80% of the original bluing remains on barrel but some is browning and about 60% on the ejector rod housing. The back-strap and trigger guard bluing is thinning and the butt area has had a blemish that appears to have been treated for protection some time ago with cold blue. There are several spots of corrosion that have been cleaned as is common for a used firearm. Most of the screw heads are fine but several do show turnings. The front sight is completely original as is all of this hard to find gun in this nice a condition. I did find some dings on bottom of butt that appear to have been cleaned up and a little cold blue added, the Old Timer was probably used for those "wanted posters?" The barrel bore is excellent and there is the standard 2 line address.. I would rate this SAA overall at about 85% plus it is tight. This is not a pristine in the box revolver but it is one that is all original, in a great barrel length and in overall fine condition. They don't turn up like this that often anymore and it will make a fine addition to any collection. Priced fairly at
Colt Police Positive .38 Special 4" Revolver
C00131... Colt Police Positive .38 Special caliber, double action revolver with 4" barrel. Gun has swing out cylinder, oversize Colt walnut grips with medallions and is in excellent condition. It comes in its' own original black and red box with wood finish exterior. Some paperwork is also included. Box is excellent and has had some professional looking corner repairs. Serial number 9199xx was made in 1966 and gun retains 96 - 98% bright blue finish, muzzle and high spots on cylinder show a little wear and there is a light scratch on right side of frame. FFL is required, classed as curio. This is a very fine collectable Boxed Colt priced at only
Colt Lawman Mark III
Colt Lawman Mark III, .357 magnum, 2 1/4" barrel, walnut checkered grips, 6 round revolver, finish is Colt blue, 99%+ remaining, wide hammer spur, case color, like new, the walnut checkered grips have several small dings and are miss-numbered to the gun; the cylinder lockup is excellent, it is a smooth double and single action revolver, Everything works perfect, however, the left side plate is miss-numbered to the gun and protrudes slightly past trigger guard frame, otherwise lines up perfectly in frame, unknown why. Excellent self protection firearm in big caliber, manufactured circa 1981. HS2456
Colt Python .357 Magnum, Revolver with 6" Barrel
C00139 ... Colt Python Revolver in .357 Magnum caliber with six inch barrel that was manufactured in 1970 and is in like new condition. I do not have the box or paperwork and the gun has been fired but with only about twenty rounds. I got this gun from a sheriff in Vermont and he only used it to qualify, once. The action is very smooth as is usual with these fine classic hand tuned guns. Get yours now while the price is still affordable, this one is priced at only
$xxxx.00... BUY NOW SOLD
Colt Python .357 Magnum, Revolver with 6" Barrel, Original Box
HS4000 ... Colt Python Revolver in .357 Magnum caliber with six inch barrel that that was manufactured in the '70's and is in like new condition in it's original walnut colored box. The serial number is 775xxE and comes with the white styrofoam insert and instruction books. The gun has a super smooth action and high gloss blue finish with walnut grips. I imagine one can find some sort of box or handling blemish somewhere but to my eyes this Python is perfect. These guns are becoming very desirable and actually becoming hard to find in this condition. We get more than our share because we seek out pristine guns to purchase for this site. We have this real jewel priced at only
$0000.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt Python .357 Magnum, Revolver with 6" Barrel, Original Box
C00185 ... Colt Python Revolver in .357 Magnum caliber with six inch barrel that was manufactured in 1968 and is in like new condition. The serial number is 766xx and the same number is marked properly on the original Colt two piece wood grain box. The box is excellent with a few wear marks on the edges, no paperwork came with the gun and no accessories. The light colored walnut checkered grips are also excellent. The only thing I can say against the gun is a little discoloration on the bright hammer flats and a very little lead fouling in the throat of the barrel which should clean out with the proper solvent. I don't think this was used or handled much over its' nearly forty year history. Great gun, smooth as any Python should be, fine looking box, nice old collectable and they are getting scarce. We have this fine offering priced at
$xxxx.00 ... BUY NOW. FFL required but it is also on the C&R List. SOLD
Colt Python .357 Magnum, Revolver with 3" Barrel /aka "Combat Python"
C00198 ... Colt Python Revolver in .357 Magnum caliber with three inch barrel that was manufactured in the 1980's and is still in like new condition. The serial number is T73xxx and is referred to as the "Colt Combat Python" and it is marked as such on the barrel. It has fully checkered walnut grips which are perfect except for a small ding on right bottom. The finish is the high gloss blue and is perfect except three light scratches on left frame at bottom and behind cylinder. The bore and chambers are clean and bright. A red insert is in the ramped front sight as is proper. This is a very nice gun in a very rare barrel length. Sorry, no box. See the thumbnails for better view. See the Colt Letter that is from another gun in this special order by a major distributor of the first 500 of these 3" Pythons. After the success of the distributors' sales then Colt started producing their own regular run of 3" guns. We have this fine and rare gun, which is one of 500, available and priced at
$xxxx.00. ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt Python .357 Magnum, Revolver with 4" Barrel
HS2189 ... Colt Python 4 Inch Revolver in .357 Magnum. A nice rich blue finish with high polish, made in 1968. The condition is mint but no box. The walnut grips are excellent as is the silky smooth action. This is serial # 832xx and had about twelve rounds through the bore. A super gun that is getting very hard to find in this nearly unused condition. A FFL is required. We have this very fine and desirable gun priced at only
$xxxx.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt 125 Year Medallion
35) Colt brass Medallion, "Colt 125th Anniversary" in center with portrait of Sam Colt, "1836-Birth of Repeating Firearms ~ 1836-1961 Anniversary of Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co., Inc." surrounds edge. On reverse is Colt emblem, Rampant Colt Patterson Revolver and 1836-1961. A wreath motif surrounds edge. The measures 1 1/4" diameter and key chain is attached. Some high polish finish wear to reverse, otherwise in excellent condition. You don't see many of these and we have priced it at
$xx.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt Pocket Screwdriver
34) Colt pocket screwdriver, with hole for key chain. Blued finish, measures 1 1/4" diameter, Rampant Colt engraved on one side, "Colt" and "Pistols - Revolvers" on reverse. Three different sizes of hollow ground style screwdriver extensions emanate from disk. It is in excellent condition ...
BUY NOW $xx.00 SOLD
Colt 1873 Single Action Army Revolver BP 4 inch, .45 LC
C 0045... This 4 inch barrel revolver appears to be a Colt SAA Black Powder antique frame gun with serial number 92508, made in 1883. But some of it looks very crude in its' mfg. It has the early screw retainer for cylinder rod. It is chambered in .45LC and is marked on trigger guard and was being fired by the prior owner. The cylinder rear spacing has just enough room to allow half moon clips and 45ACP rounds. There seems to be traces of silver plating on the rear of cylinder. A vent rib with high front sight and adjustable rear sight has been added to barrel with small screws. The extractor rod, housing and screw bushing have been removed and early faux stag grips added. The hammer appears to be cast, but possibly just showing signs of old pitting, of the early style and the hammer channel has a "J" inside. The gun has heavy and deep crude engraving and named "Little Joe." I bought it in Arizona last year. The holster fits perfectly and is subtle and deeply carved but unmarked. The Story; While working and staying in the Lake Mead area while filming "Bonanza", Hoss had this made for "Little Joe" Cartwright for a birthday present! My sister actually rented their condo to the film company at that time period! I put the story to what I knew was true and I bought the gun. If you don't like my story, make up your own but for the complete set I want
It is an Antique Firearm.
Colt Concealed Hammer 1903 Pocket Models
HS1863 (Top Left) ... Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Model, the first of the concealed hammer semi-auto pistols made by Colt. Three safety mechanisms were incorporated even in this early model. A positive slide lock, a hammer block lever and a grip safety. The pistol was fairly flat and small for carrying yet comfortable in the hand. This particular pistol is chambered in .32ACP and has a 3 3/4" barrel. The take down is very simple for cleaning. The 8 round magazine has proper two tone bluing. The grips are the second variation hard rubber and right grip has small crack near screw grommet. The frame and slide serial numbers match and slide marking is of the first type with small imprint and separated segments. The frame has 90% original bright blue remaining, the slide has about 70%. The gun functions perfectly, bore is fine, overall still a functional and collectible Colt mfg. in 1917 with serial number 2632xx. We have priced this at
$695.00. ... BUY NOW ... FFL
HS1715 (Top Right) ... Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Model, semi-auto pistol in .32ACP with 3 3/4" barrel with excellent checkered, walnut grips. Slide marking is of the second variation with two lines and larger lettering and with magazine safety mechanism added, this is classed as Type IV. The inside of pistol is like new as is the proper two tone magazine. However, only about 60% of bright blue remains to exterior due to poor storage and probable subsequent cleaning. Here is a case where re-bluing could be in order but it is still a functional carry piece without. The serial number 4846xx matches frame and slide, manufactured in 1929 we've priced this at $xxx.00. ... BUY NOW ... FFL Required. SOLD
$xxx.00. ... BUY NOW SOLD... FFL Required.
HS2115 (Bottom Left) ... Colt 1903 Hammerless Pocket Model, semi-auto pistol in .32ACP with 3 3/4" barrel, in full nickel finish. Matching serial #3894xx on both the frame and slide with second variation slide marking, also number 34 on trigger guard. Has simulated ivory grips, hand checkered and fitted, with Cold Medallions, grip screw enters right to left. The finish is near new with five or six minute spots on slide and several dings near opposing hole of slide retainer. Portions of markings are light. Prior owner insists gun all original but my gut feeling it is an excellent refinish. I could be wrong but I am inclined to lean with experience. Even so, this is a very fine condition and in working order pistol that looks unused inside and out. And, if I were to secure a harem and start a new business this would definitely be in the inventory. Mfg. in 1923 and priced at
$xxx.00. ... BUY NOW SOLD... FFL Required.
HS1474 (Bottom Right) ... Colt 1903 (AKA Model 1908) Hammerless Pocket Model, semi-auto pistol, .380ACP with 3 3/4" barrel, with checkered walnut grips. Serial #906xx matches frame and slide, second variation of slide marking. Frame has 98% bright blue with thinning on grip safety and front strap. Some holster wear on slide reduces blue to around 85%. Fine bore, correct two tone magazine with .380 on bottom. Overall a fine condition, tight, collector model in excellent caliber. All M1903 Pocket Models were discontinued in 1945. Manufactured in 1928, priced at
$xxx.00. ... BUY NOW SOLD... FFL Required.
Colt 1981, 82 Catalogs
36) Pair of Colt Catalogs, years 1981, 1982, standard size, 28 pages mostly black and white with some color on heavy stock each featuring firearms, accessories and Colt Custom Shop guns. The 1981 catalog is in good condition however, several pages have had moisture rippling and it has been hole punched. The 1982 catalog is excellent. The pair priced at
$xx.00 ... BUY NOW SOLD
Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army, 1977 Mfg. Third Generation .45LC
HS-2199 ... Colt Revolver, Single Action Army, Model 1873, Third Generation and made in 1977. It has a 7 1/2" barrel, chambered in .45 Long Colt with case hardened frame and black eagle Colt grips which are numbered to gun. The serial number is 87883SA and is in factory new condition. It is classed as Model P- 1870. The condition of barrel is 99+%, case color on frame is 99%, the cylinder has a drag line and very slight edge wear so 98+%, back strap shows light wear, front strap and trigger guard shows wear near trigger and edge of strap. The grips are like new except on the inside of left grip the grommet area has a piece missing from over tightening grip screw. It is not noticeable and irrelevant to function or looks. Overall this is a 99.4% gun and is priced at
Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army, 1896 Mfg. First Generation .45LC
HS-1870 ... Colt Revolver, Single Action Army, Model 1873, First Generation and made in 1896. It has a 5 1/2" barrel, chambered in .45 Long Colt with case hardened frame and early stag-like grips with walnut spacers. The serial number is 174204. The widow of the prior owner states that the gun was returned to Colt for service in the mid 1950's but I can find no Colt markings to support this. The action is tight and crisp and there were some obvious improvements made. The barrel is marked "Colt Single Action Army .45" and the bore is excellent. The cylinder has a rampant Colt marking on rear and appears to be replaced. The hammer is of the later period without outline of checkering and the frame screws are as new condition. The case coloring has a graying shade and the grip straps are also graying. The bottom of grip strap has a two line matching serial number and also some applied cross hatching. Overall the gun looks, feels and operates great. It is in the Antique serial range but still requires an FFL in most States. We have this excellent Peacemaker priced at
Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army, 1900 Mfg. First Generation .44-40
HS-2018 ... Colt Revolver, Single Action Army, Model 1873, First Generation and made in 1900. It has a 5 1/2" barrel, chambered in .44-44 Win. with case hardened frame and blued barrel & cylinder. When I bought this gun from the owner back in 2000 I fully intended to use it in the Western Cowboy Action Shooting game that was becoming so popular. The fit of the grip seemed large enough for my hand and a perfect balance. The owner told me that this gun was sent to Turner Kirkland of Dixie Gun Works in the late 1950's and he fitted an original 1860 Army grip and trigger guard to this 1900 SAA frame. Then the whole gun was refinished in blue and case coloring. The thumb nails will show the components. This is serial number 200106 with a standard 5 1/2" barrel. I'm still not entirely sure I should sell it 'cause I know some day I'll probably want to go Western and shoot this thing. For now, even with a little wear and some old screw buggering it looks close to unfired condition since it came back from Tennessee 50 years ago. I want
$0000.00 for it. ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt New Service US Model 1917 .45ACP
HS-2201 ... Colt New Service, US Army Model 1917, Double Action Revolver in .45ACP caliber. Six round, 5 1/2" barrel World War I era sidearm still retains about 95% of its' original Colt blue finish. Some wear on the right frame and thinning on the back strap make this an excellent condition military collectable. Lanyard ring and the bright hammer with fire blue back, also the visible polishing marks continue to show the originality of the finish. The edges are crisp and sharp but do show finish wear. Many of these were refinished by the military or sold as surplus, this one is original. The 1918 manufacture also allows for the direct use of .45 ACP rounds as well as the using the standard half-moon clips that were developed for this weapon. This serial number 153962 gun also has proper "H" inspector marks and "S20" on left rear frame. It is fitted with brown plastic Colt grips with medallions. Overall a fine specimen and priced at
$xxx.00. ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt 1962 Dealer Catalog
32) Colt Parts Catalog and Price List for 1962, Revolvers and Automatic Pistols. With unused Parts Order Form. Lists all handguns with parts breakdown and prices, shows guns' schematics. In excellent condition with some cover wear. Price is
Colt 1873 Grip Template Set
37) Colt Model 1873 SA grip template gauge, T-24469-B, left and right, in original mailing box with certification letter from Precision Castings Company in Fayetteville, New York, sent to Colt Industries, Inc., Hartford, Conn. The kraft box package is insured for $200.00, which was quite a sum in the 1960's, and item is dated 5/13/66. A nice piece of Colt history for 1966 and of the Model 1873 Single Action Style Revolver .22 Scout, slightly smaller than full size 1873 SA. Evidently Colt used outside sources to manufacture specific templates for them. We have priced this unusual item at
$245.00 ... BUY NOW. SOLD
Colt AR-15 SP1 Rifle
Colt AR-15 SP1 Rifle Colt AR-15 SP1 semi-auto rifle, early pre-ban with bayonet lug and flash-hider, is also mounted with a Cobray 32mm flare launcher and sight. Caliber .223 Nato (5.56mm). With 20 round magazine, black web sling, Colt scope and mount. Early five digit serial number, SP495xx. Overall it is in excellent condition but stock has been painted black, but it probably is removable. Getting hard to find a gun like this and now getting very collectible. ... FFL is required
... BUY NOW ... $xxxx.00. SOLD
Colt AR-15 SP1 Rifle
Colt AR-15, SP1 semi-auto rifle, early pre-ban with bayonet lug and flash-hider, 5.56/.223 caliber rifle circa 1976 in like new condition. This is a pre-ban rifle and is getting hard to find in this condition. We have this fine gun priced at
We have two Colt pre-ban blue label, new in box, these were made with forward assist and flash hider but without bayonet lugs $3995.00 ... BUY NOW.
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