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1948 4" Colt PPS 32 NP

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by slick6, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. slick6

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    I just got this 1948 4" Colt PPS 32 NP revolver. Amazingly, it is NIB:what:! Now, what did I get?:
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  2. MMCSRET

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    I love it!!!!!!! I have 1955 model just like it and I shoot a lot of hand loaded 32 S&W Long in it. They are great guns and yours is more than great, it is new. If you decide to liquidate it, PM me, please.
     
  3. forindooruseonly

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    Awesome buy! Love seeing stuff like this.
     
  4. Walkalong

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    An awesome gun. That is collector stuff. Really cool old gun. I would love to have a "shooter grade" like it. It would go well with my PP .38 S&W. :)
     
  5. GCBurner

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    A NIB collector's piece like that is getting into the "Too Valuable To Shoot" territory. It's beautiful, though.
     
  6. Ro1911

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    damn my box isn't as pretty

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  7. slick6

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    Walkalong:

    Your PP .38 S&W looks great and has some character that gives it some charm(History). I just love the pre war square butt grips. Here in CA it was just pure luck that I happened to stumble on discovering my PPS 32 NP revolver.
     
  8. slick6

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    Well, considering that both your gun and box are about 26 years older than mine, they look to be in great shape. I'm sure that you will enjoy owning your PP .38 Special revolver.
     
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    Sweet, love to see them in their old boxes. :)
     
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