☆Colt Pistol Picture Thread☆

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  1. DustyGmt

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    Just wanted to get another pic thread rolling...

    Any other Colt pistol fans out there? (rhetorical).

    This is what's left, if I wasn't a knucklehead I'd have a nice collection of Colts going, it pains me to even think of the ones I let go, but about 4 really good ones are missing and I got them for a song.... live and learn. This is what's left, and they aren't going anywhere....

    Share em if you got em....

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  2. Zebraranger

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    No pistols, but a couple of Colt revolvers. 1981 Colt Python, and a 1986 Colt King Cobra.
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  3. JEBruns

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    My one and only Colt. Bought it new back in the late 90's. It's become a collectors item, but that is not why I bought it. Haven't shot it for a while, but it's a very accurate gun.
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  4. bangswitch

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    I have only one Colt firearm, a 1903 Pocket Hammerless .32 Auto. I don't shoot it much, but will never part with it. Mine was my stepdad's issue sidearm in WWII, and was manufactured in 1944: DSC_0043_LI.jpg
     
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    Only ones on my phone. Lol

    I keep the one for the people who argue pistol vs revolver. The other is a 2000ish delta elite
     
  6. Ru4real

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    Colt Official Police 22 Trainer for the 38 Official Police. A department would order a few hundred 38’s and get a 22 trainer. Made in 1930.

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    Colt Officers Model 38. Made in 1937.

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  7. Riomouse911

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    I have two Colts, both .38 Specials; a New Model Cobra and an Officers Model Heavy Barrel from the 1930’s era.

    Both have amazing triggers and for me, shoot extremely well. :thumbup:

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    (Top one, I thought I had a solo picture but I couldn’t find it.)o_O

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    Someday I’ll add a Colt 1911 .45 ACP to the mix. :thumbup:

    Stay safe.
     

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    Some not yet shown in this thread;

    1908 Vest Pocket made in 1919:
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    1903 Hammerless made in 1920:
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    Colt Army Special from 1919 over a Police Positive (38Colt New Police) made in 1926:
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    Colt Detective Special from 1983:
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  9. Reinz

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    SS Python

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  10. Armored farmer

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    My 4" Python
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  11. bannockburn

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    Colts...yeah I have a few:

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  12. tarosean

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    My only Colt currently top right, Colt Agent 1957 vintage.
     
  14. BigBlue 94

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    Oh boy! Pony Pictures!

    1923 (I think) New Service in 38-40
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    1903 PH 32 from 1905
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    Same New Service with a 1917 Army, from 1919.
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    Police Positive Target 22
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    Nickel Python from 1979 iirc
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    A pair of Woodsman pistols both from 1950 with factory plastic grips.
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    A second pair of Woodsman earlier models; a '29 and a '39.
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    One of which still has the box and all paperwork, including test target
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    Police Positive Special in 32 Colt New Police
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    .38 Super Auto Match with Bullseye accoutrements and a factory Colt 38 special 5 round magazines
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    M1895 New Navy from 1897 in 32-20
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    4" Diamondback 22.
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  15. Tallball

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    Mine are just old "shooters" that I got inexpensively.

    I got the 1903 when my daughter wanted to shoot an auto in a bigger caliber than 22lr. Ditto the Government 380, when she was ready to move up from 32acp.

    I got the Army Model because it cost hardly any money and I hadn't owned a Colt revolver before.

    The 1903 in 32acp was made in the 20's or 30's. It's a great little shooter and lots of fun (even though the sights are tiny). It's well-made, a very cool little example of good old-fashioned gun manufacturing.

    The Government Model 380 is from the 1980's, I think. It has has a steel frame and fires from a locked breech, so it's very gentle to shoot. It's between medium-sized and pocket-sized. The sights are decent. It's accurate and reliable.

    The Army Model in 38 special was made in 1921, IIRC. It has slightly better sights and slightly better trigger than my "M&P" that was made five years before it. The handling and accuracy are about the same as any good service revolver from that time period.



     
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    Colt New Service from 1919:
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    1923 made Hammerless 1903:
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  17. BigBlue 94

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    Mine are all shooters too.

    Forgot about one more I have... A worn out Shooting Master 38. No full gun pic

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  18. LaneP

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    I have one Colt, but several "Colts".

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  19. Rock185

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    A '59 3 5 7 model revolver and '64 Government model.

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  20. Jeff olson

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    Back when Colt still meant quality. 20211230_190601~2.jpg 20211230_191121.jpg 20211230_192649.jpg 20211230_193201.jpg
     
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  22. 1976B.L.Johns.

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    I have only one Colt...no picture as I do not want to start any arguments. o_O
     
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    My only Colt, for now. 20211129_215548.jpg
     
  24. crestoncowboy

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    Is the roll marking on that one light at the top or is it the lighting.

    I ask because one of my Delta elite is nice and deep on the bottom of the slide and dang near non existenton toward the top. Goes from deep to very faint. Ill try to get a picture tomorrow.

    ETA. pic

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    I don't care. Obviously it's a carried gun. Many a deer and beef has been taken by it. I even use it to teach guys how to work on 1911s.
     
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  25. sgt127

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    Official Police

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    Python
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    old series 70
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    Series 80
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    SAA
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    Govt .380
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    my first gun. A Diamondback .22.

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    a .32 and a .380.

    That’s enough for now...
     
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