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.