How much does a 1908 Colt pistol cost?

How much does a 1908 Colt pistol cost?

Excellent condition 1908 Colt .25 ACP. With 2″ barrel. $30.00 Shipping We Accept Visa, Mastercard, Checks, and Money Orders (With personal checks gun will be held until …Click for more info This .380 Colt is 99% MINT, original and as nice as you will find.

What’s the value of a Colt 1911 pistol?

A COLT 1911 pistol is currently worth an average price of $1,571.83 new and $1,417.01 used . The 12 month average price is $1,594.08 new and $1,148.68 used. The new value of a COLT 1911 pistol has risen $582.55 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $1,571.83 .

When did the Colt automatic pistol go on sale?

Thus, in 1902, Colt started production of the Colt Automatic Pistol, Pocket Model (factory designation Model M). The gun went on sale in August of that year and was a huge hit.

What kind of gun was the Colt Model 1903?

Model: Colt Pocket Hammerless Model 1903 Type: Internal hammer, semi-automatic, single-action pistol, blowback Patent Dates: April 20, 1897; December 22, 1903 Year of Manufacture: 1923, Model M, Type III (mfg. 1910-1923)

What was the Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket?

(February 2017) The Model 1908 Vest Pocket is a compact, hammerless, striker-fired, semi-automatic single-action pistol. Manufactured by the Colt’s Manufacturing Company from 1908 to 1948, it was marketed as a small concealable firearm which could be easily tucked into a vest pocket for unobtrusive carry.

What kind of gun was the Colt 1902?

Colt 1902 Auto .38 ACP caliber pistol. 1902 Military model manufactured in 1916. Bore is excellent. Approximately 97% original finish with some light wear. Grips are excellent. A fine 1902 military. Colt 1908 .380 Auto caliber pistol. Made in 1929.Very nice gun that rates at 95% of the original blue finish. Grips are excellent.

What was the original price of a colt hammerless?

Note: The genuine Mother of Pearl grips added $5.75 to the $16.50 base price of the gun for a total new purchase price of $22.25 in 1916. Occasionally a gun that I have purchased intrigues me to the point that I feel compelled to analyze it’s history.