Where is serial number on Colt Police Positive?
The serial number on your Colt would be on the frame, just inside the crane latch.
Why is a Colt Python so expensive?
High prices are the result of the Python being out of production and a tremendous collector’s market. Perhaps some of it is speculation. The Single Action Army and the Colt 1911 are still in production and readily available. Just the same, older examples in good shape may bring a much higher price than the new Colts.
Will a 32 20 kill a deer?
The 32-20 is fine for killing deer. Take a look at my Great Grandfather here in 1912 with his 32-20. It is an 1873 Winchester in 32-20 the gun was made in 1884. I am sure he shot many deer dead with his.
When did the Colt Police Positive come out?
The Colt Police Positive is a small-frame, double-action revolver featuring a six-round cylinder, chambered for either .32 or .38 caliber cartridges. Designed primarily for sale to federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies, the Police Positive was introduced into the firearms market by Colt’s Manufacturing Company in 1907.
What was serial number of Colt Police 38?
Early Colt Police Positive .38 Serial Number 3 with 4″ barrel – Blue finish with fire blue small parts and black stylized “C” hard rubber grips. Colt is the first factory cutaway of this model.
When did the Colt 32 new police come out?
32 S&W Long/.32 Colt New Police made in 1938. Colt Police Positive revolvers marked with Colt D.A..32 on the barrel are chambered for .32 Long Colt. Revolvers marked with .32 Colt New Police on the barrel are chambered for .32 Smith & Wesson Long.
What kind of grips did the Colt Police use?
Sporting Colt’s standard hard rubber grips, it was offered with barrel lengths of 2.5 (available only in .32 caliber), 4, 5, and 6 inches, and was chambered for the .32 Long Colt (it would also accept the .32 Short Colt), .32 Colt New Police, and .38 Colt New Police cartridges. Checkered Walnut grips became standard after 1923.