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Colt Ace Pre-War .22

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Sven, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. Sven

    Sven Senior Member

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    Wow. A Colt Ace .22 on Collectors Firearms

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    Sure is pretty.

    $2495 - Double wow - that's a bundle.

    Wonder if she is a shooter.

    Anyone ever handled one of these?
     
  2. Traveler

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    I have 2 of them. And while I do like shooting them I have to make sure that no super high velocity ammo is used. Other than that they are just plain beautiful. The fit and finish is everything manufacturers should be producing nowdays and don't.
     
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    How do they group when benchrested / sandbagged?
     
  4. Kahr carrier

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    That Ace looks clean.:)
     
  5. Peter M. Eick

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    I will probably drive down and look at that one tomorrow. A pre-war 22 LR in that condition is pretty rare.

    My only problem is I would shoot it!
     
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    That's what it was made for.
     
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    Being in Houston, the Columbia incident changed my whole plans for the day and probably tomorrow.
     
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