Made in 1913
in .32 acp
This pistol is in very good
condition. It is better than I can photograph. The owner said it was reblued in
the past but very well done. The lettering is crisp and the edges are sharp.
Whoever did the work did not use a buffer as is usually done on reblued guns.
The finish and color on this one matches the mint, unfired Colt 1903s in my collection. The
bore is a little rough but is shootable and may clean up better. The magazine is
a correct type I with a pinned base, no caliber marking and fully blued. The grips appear to be
replacements but high quality and appropriate wear for the gun. They are a type 4 and late period for this gun.
Type 4 grips start to show up about serial number 170,000. Functions and
fires as it should. No box or paperwork. It will ship in a soft padded case.
The pictures will tell you more.
FFL or C&R required.