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Colt Automatic .25 caliber Pistol--What's it worth?

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by rustylady, Jun 22, 2005.

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  1. rustylady

    rustylady Member

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    I inherited this pistol. It is in great condition. It is blue/black finish with wood grips. In each grip is a silver medallion w/ COLT & raised up horse. It has a 6 digit sn#3571xx. On left side of barrel is stamped "COLT'S PT F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U S A". Underneath that is "PAT'D AUG. 25, 1896, APR. 2, 1897, DEC. 22, 1903, JAN. 25,1910, JULY 31,1917". How old is it and what is it worth? Thank you!
     
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  2. Jim K

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    Your pistol was made in 1926. Since "great condition" is a bit vague, I will say that prices range from around $600 for new condition down to $200 or less, depending on the amount of blue, wear on the grips, etc.

    I will also note that they are THE most reliable .25 auto ever made and, while some folks scorn the caliber, still a viable defense gun.

    Jim
     
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