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02/01/2024 | 3 Comments

1943 Colt M1911A1 Canadian Lend Lease

This 1943 Colt M1911A1 Canadian Lend-Lease is chambered in .45 ACP and is an excellent example of those pistols shipped as part of the Lend-Lease Act, it has the Canadian C-broad arrow proof and the London Proof House mark. The Lend-Lease allowed the British Empire to receive munitions and Arms from the US Government, however Canada and other countries benefited from the Lend-Lease Act as well. This M1911A1 is parkerized, wears checkered plastic grips and shows light marks through the face of the slide. The finish shows strong throughout with little silvering on some of the leading and high edges. The front sight is a ramped serrated blade. The...
This 1943 Colt M1911A1 Canadian Lend–Lease is chambered in .45 ACP and is an excellent example of th...
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$2,500
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$1,100

02/15/2024 | 3 Comments

Colt M1903 Pocket Hammerless High Polish Blue 32ACP

This Colt M1903 Pocket Hammerless is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in .32 acp, and is capable of carrying 7 rounds. Manufactured in 1911, this M1903 features a heel style magazine release, grip safety, and a slide lock safety. The pocket hammerless also know and the general officers pistol, saw a few variants over time and this one is known as a TYPE III, due to the serial range and the elimination of the barrel bushing. The M1903 features a 3.75” barrel and fixed front sight, with a dovetail set rear sight.  The blue high polish finish is deep throughout the slide and frame and has a lustrous mirror-like shine. This M1903 shows a light ...
This Colt M1903 Pocket Hammerless is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in .32 acp, and is capable of carry...

02/23/2024 | 2 Comments

Colt Service Model Ace 22LR WB Inspected

This Colt Service Model Ace is finished in blue and features the Williams Floating Chamber and adjustable Stevens rear sight. A Semi-automatic pistol chambered in .22 LR, designed slightly different from the standard ACE. The floating chamber aided the recoil response that mimicked the action of the .45 ACP pistols. This military proof marked Colt Ace wears a “WB” acceptance mark. Later production pistols would then switch to a parkerized finish.  The finish throughout is deep blue and retains a bright shine with minimal superficial marks. Two areas of thinning can be noted above the serrations on the top of the slide, and near the muzzle o...
This Colt Service Model Ace is finished in blue and features the Williams Floating Chamber and adjustable ...
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13 Days
$1,375
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$5,500

02/13/2024 | 2 Comments

1913 Colt Government Model W/ Colt Factory Letter

This 1913 Colt Government Model 1911 with the Colt Factory Archive letter is finished a “mirror like” high polish blue and fire blue small parts. Manufactured in 1913 the second year of production for the government model, a limited number of the early high polish pistols were produced due to the finish easily showing scratches. The military pistols were ordered to a darker finish in 1913, making them more serviceable and reducing reflection and glare.   This Commercial Government Model is an early 1913 production, as mentioned above its finished in high polish blue, that is lustrous and mirror-like. It shows its age well, show wear that is...
This 1913 Colt Government Model 1911 with the Colt Factory Archive letter is finished a “mirror like” ...

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