When did the first Colt Mustang come out?

When did the first Colt Mustang come out?

Colt Mustang. The firearm line was produced from 1983 to 1996 as the Colt Mustang and from 2011 to present the Mustang was reintroduced along with an alloy frame model and an updated polymer frame version, the Colt Mustang XSP.

How can I find the serial number of a colt?

Enter the serial number, without spaces or dashes, to search the database. If multiple models appear for your serial number simply match the date with the appropriate model, as certain vintage firearms can share serial numbers between different models.

When did the Colt M1911 serial number change?

Started in 1912, the M1911 Commercial and its A1 variant got normal serial numbers with a simple prefix (or suffix). But in mid 1970, the serial numbers are not a continuation of the previous ones. Instead, now they have a “70” as the first two digits.

What’s the difference between a Colt Mustang 380 and a M1911?

The Government Model .380’s obvious asthetic difference being that it is scaled down to roughly 78 percent to that of a full-sized M1911 Government Model. From the factory the .380 Government Model came with a capacity of 7+1.

What makes a Colt Mustang pistol so reliable?

Colt Mustang Pistol -The precise machining process, use of high quality materials and improvements in design make Colt’s new .380 Mustang Pocketlite and Mustang Lite two of the most consistent and reliable firearms on the market. The stainless steel slide and barrel are CNC machined from solid bar stock for precise tolerances.

What’s the difference between a Colt Mustang and a Pocketlite?

Bigger handguns soon lose their cachet, and their weight and size become bothersome. Enter the Colt .380 Mustang Pocketlite and its younger brother, the .380 Mustang XSP. The XSP’s polymer frame has a squared-off triggerguard and an integrated rail. Colt’s modern Mustangs have plenty of traits in common.