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COLT REVOLVING LONG GUNS 1837-1847

First Model Ring Lever Rifle
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Second Model Ring Lever Rifle
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Model 1839 Shotgun
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Model 1839 Carbine
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Model 1839/1848 Carbine
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Model 1854 Russian Contract Musket
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COLT WALKER-DRAGOON MODELS

Walker Model Revolver
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Civilian Walker Revolver
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Whitneyville Hartford Dragoon
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Walker Replacement Dragoon
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First Model Dragoon
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Second Model Dragoon
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Third Model Dragoon
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Hartford English Dragoon
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Model 1848 Baby Dragoon
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Model 1849 Pocket Revolver
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London Model 1849 Pocket Revolver
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Model 1851 Navy Revolver
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Shoulder Stock Variations
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London Model 1851 Navy Revolver
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COLT SIDE HAMMER MODELS

Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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Model 1855 Side Hammer "Root" Pocket Revolver
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COLT SIDE HAMMER LONG GUNS

Model 1855 Sporting Rifle, 1st ModelModel 1855 1st Model Carbine
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Model 1855 Half Stock Sporting Rifle
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Model 1855 Full Stock Military Rifle
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Model 1855 Full Stock Sporting Rifle
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Model 1855 Revolving Carbine
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Model 1855 Artillery Carbine
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Model 1855 British Carbine
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Model 1855 Revolving Shotgun
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Model 1861 Single-Shot Rifled Musket
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COLT PERCUSSION REVOLVERS

Model 1860 Army Revolver
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Model 1861 Navy Revolver
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Model 1862 Pocket Navy RevolverModel 1862 Police Revolver
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COLT METALLIC CARTRIDGE CONVERSIONS

Thuer Conversion RevolverRichards Conversion, 1860 Army Revolver
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Richards-Mason Conversion, 1860 Army RevolverRichards-Mason Conversions 1851 Navy RevolverRichards-Mason Conversion 1861 Navy Revolver
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Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy ConversionsModel 1871-1872 Open Top RevolverStandard Single-Action Army
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COLT DERRINGERS AND POCKET REVOLVER

First Model Derringer
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Second Model Derringer
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Third Model DerringerHouse Model RevolverOpen Top Pocket RevolverNew Line Revolver .22New Line Revolver .30
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New Line Revolver .32
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New Line Revolver .38
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New Line Revolver .41
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New House Model Revolver
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New Police Revolver
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COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

"1st Year Production Pinched Frame"" 1873 Only"""
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Early Military Model 1873-1877
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Early Civilian Model 1873-1877
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.44 Rimfire Model 1875-1880
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Late Military Model 1878-1891
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Artillery Model 1895-1903
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London Model
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Frontier Six-Shooter 1878-1882
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Sheriff's or Storekeeper's Model 1882-1898
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Flattop Target Model 1888-1896
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Bisley Model 1894-1915
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Bisley Model Flattop Target 1894-1913
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Standard Civilian Production Models 1876-1898
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COLT PRE-WAR SINGLE ACTIONARMY REVOLVER 1899-1940

Standard Production Pre-war Models (1899-1940)Long Fluted Cylinder Model (1913-1915)
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COLT POST-WAR SINGLE ACTIONARMY REVOLVER (AKA SECOND GENERATION)

Standard Post-war Model (1956-1975)Sheriff's Model (1960-1975)Buntline Special (1957-1975)
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New Frontier (1961-1975)
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New Frontier Buntline Special (1962-1967)

COLT THIRD GENERATIONSINGLE ACTION ARMY 1976-1981

Sheriff's Model 3rd GenerationBuntline Special 3rd GenerationNew Frontier 3rd Generation

COLT RECENT PRODUCTIONSINGLE-ACTION ARMY 1982-PRESENT

Colt Cowboy (CB1850)
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"Colt Single-Action Army Legend Rodeo"""""
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Frontier Six Shooter (2008)
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Sheriff's and Storekeeper's Model (2008)
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175th Anniversary SAA Limited Edition
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New Frontier Third Generation, Current Production
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COLT SCOUT MODEL

Frontier Scout (1957-1971)
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Peacemaker & New Frontier .22
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Scout Model SAA (1962-1971)

COLT ANTIQUE LONG ARMS

Berdan Single-Shot Rifle
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Colt-Franklin Military RifleColt-Burgess Lever-Action Rifle
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Lightning Slide-Action, Medium-Frame
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Lightning Slide-Action Small-Frame
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Lightning Slide-Action, Large-Frame (Express)Model 1878 Double-Barrel ShotgunModel 1883 Double-Barrel ShotgunDouble-Barrel Rifle
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COLT DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVERS

Model 1877 "Lightning" and "Thunderer"
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Model 1878 "Frontier"Model 1902 (Philippine or Alaskan Model)
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Model 1889 Navy—Civilian Model
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Model 1889 U.S. Navy—Martial Model
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Model 1892 New Army and Navy —Civilian ModelModel 1892 "New Army and Navy" —Civilian Model
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Model 1892 "New Army and Navy" —Civilian Martial Model
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Model 1892 "New Army and Navy" —Civilian ModelModel 1905 Marine Corps
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New Service Model
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Shooting Master, #333000-350000
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New Pocket ModelPocket Positive
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Army Special Model
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New Police Model
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Police Positive
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Police Positive TargetPolice Positive Special
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Police Positive Special Mark VOfficer's Model Target 1st IssueOfficer's Model Target 2nd Issue
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Camp Perry Single-Shot
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Officer's Model Match
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Official Police
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Commando Model
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Marshal ModelColt .38 SF-VI
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Colt .38 SF-VI Special Lady
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Detective Special 1st Issue / 2nd Issue
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Detective Special 3rd Issue
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Detective Special II (DS-II)
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Colt Magnum CarryBanker's Special
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Cobra 1st Issue
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Cobra 2nd Issue
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Cobra (Current Production)
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Agent 1st IssueBorder PatrolAgent L.W. 2nd Issue
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Aircrewman SpecialCourierTrooper
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Colt .357 Magnum
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Diamondback
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Viper
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PythonPython Elite
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Python .38 SpecialPython HunterPython SilhouettePython Ten PointerPython GrizzlyMetropolitan MK IIILawman MK III
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Lawman MK VTrooper MK III
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Trooper MK V
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BoaPeacekeeper
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King CobraAnaconda
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COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS

Model 1900Model 1902 Sporting Pistol
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Model 1902 Military PistolModel 1903 Pocket Hammer Pistol
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Model 1903 Hammerless, .32 Pocket Pistol (Model M)
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Model 1908 Hammerless .380 Pocket PistolModel 1908 Hammerless .25 Vest Pocket Model
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Model 1905 .45 Automatic Pistol
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COLT 1911/1911A1

Early Colt 1911 Commercial "Government Model"
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Standard Colt 1911 "Commercial Model" with Un-numbered SlideStandard Colt 1911 Commercial "Government Model" with Numbered Slide

FOREIGN CONTRACTS

Colt 1911 Commercial "Government Model" Argentine Contracts
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Colt 1911 Commercial "Government Model" Russian Order
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Colt 1911 Commercial "Government Model" Canadian ContractColt 1911 Commercial "Government Model" British Contract
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Norwegian Kongsberg Vapenfabrikk Pistol Model 1912 (Extremely Rare)Norwegian Kongsberg Vapenfabrikk Pistol Model 1914Norwegian Kongsberg Vapenfabrikk Model 1914 (Copy)Colt 1912Colt 1913-1915Colt 1917-1918Springfield Armory 1914-1916Remington-UMC 1918-1919North American Arms 1918

"PRE AND POST WWII COLT 1911A1 COMMERCIAL GOVERNMENT MODEL"""""

Standard Colt 1911A1 "Commercial Government Model" Domestic SalesStandard Colt 1911A1 "Commercial Government Model" Export SalesArgentine Colt-made 1911A1 model pistols without Swartz safetiesBrazilian, Mexican, and other South American (except Argentina)Colt National Match Caliber .45, Pre-WWII, .45 (without Swartz safeties)Swartz Safeties, Pre-WWII, Firing Pin and Hammer/SearStandard Colt 1911A1 Commercial "GOVERNMENT MODEL" Marked Pistol with Numbered Slide and "Swartz Safeties"Colt National Match Caliber Pre-WWII, .45. Pre-WWII (with "Swartz Safeties")Standard 1911A1 Pre-WWII, "GOVERNMENT MODEL" Export SalesNormal Brazilian and Mexican PistolsArgentine Contract Pistols "Modelo Argentino 1927, Calibre .45"Military to Commercial ConversionsSuper .38 1929 Model, Pre-WWII
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Super Match .38 1935 Model, Pre-WWIIColt
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IthacaRemington Rand
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Union Switch & SignalSinger Mfg. Co.

COLT 1911A1 POST WWII COMMERCIALPRODUCED, DOMESTIC SALES, 1946-1969

SN C220,000 to about C220,500SN C220,500 to about C249,000 verified proof and "GOVERNMENT MODEL" markingSN 255,000-C to about 258,000-C Slide Factory Roll Marked "PROPERTY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK", verified proof, and "GOVERNMENT MODEL" marking (250 pistols total)
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"SN 249,500-C to about 335,000-C, verified proof and GOVERNMENT MODEL"" marking"""
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SN 334,500-C to about 336,169-C, BB (Barrel Bushing) marked

ACE and SERVICE MODEL ACE

Ace Model .22 Pistol
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Pre-1945 Service Model Ace .22 R. F. PistolService Model Ace-Post-WarConversion Units .22-.45, .45-.22Military National Match .45 Pistols
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Military National Match Pistols (Drake Slide)
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Gold Cup National Match (pre-Series 70)
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Gold Cup MKIII National Match
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Colt 1911A1 AMU (Army Marksmanship Unit)

COLT LICENSED AND UNLICENSED FOREIGN-MADE 1911A1 AND VARIATIONS

Argentine D.G.F.M.
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Argentine-Made Ballester Molina
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Brazilian Models 1911A1

COLT MODEL 1911A1 1970 - CURRENT

Model 1911A1 was manufactured by Colt until 1971, when the Series 70 Government Model superseded it. Modifications in the new model were slightly heavier slide and slotted collet barrel bushing. In 1983, Colt introduced Series 80 models, which had an additional passive firing pin safety lock. Half-cock notch was also re-designed. Beginning of 1992 another change was made to Model 1911A1 in the form of an enhanced pistol. Included were Government models, Commander, Officer's, Gold Cup and Combat Elite. These modifications are the result of Colt's desire to meet the shooters demand for a more "customized" pistol. Colt chose some of the most popular modifications to perform on their new enhanced models. They include beavertail safety grip, slotted Commander-style hammer, relief cut under the trigger guard, beveled magazine well, slightly longer trigger, flat top rib and angled slide serrations. Model 1911A1 may be the most modified handgun in the world.

MKIV Series 70 Government ModelMKIV Series 70 Gold Cup National MatchSeries 70 Gunsite Pistol
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Series 70 Gunsite Pistol Commander

COLT ENHANCED GOVERNMENT MODELS

In 1992, Colt introduced a new set of features for its Model 1911A1 series pistols. New features include: a flattop slide, angled rear slide serrations, scalloped ejection port, combat style hammer, beavertail grip safety, relief cut-under trigger guard and long trigger. Models that are affected by this new upgrade are: Delta Elite, Combat Elite, Government Model, Combat Commander, Lightweight Commander, Officer's ACP, Officer's ACP Lightweight.

Combat Commander
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MK IV Series 80 Government Model
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Colt 1991A1
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M1991A1 Commander
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M1991A1 Compact
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M1991A1 .38 SuperMK IV Series 80 Gold Cup National Match
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Officer's ACPLightweight Officer's ACPConcealed Carry Officer's Model
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Delta Gold Cup
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Delta Elite
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Combat Elite
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Combat Target Model
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Special Combat GovernmentSpecial Combat Government Carry Model
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Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Pistol
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XSE Model O Government (01070XS)XSE Model O Concealed Carry Officer's (09850XS)
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XSE Model O Commander (04012XS)XSE Model O Lightweight Commander (04860XS)
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Colt Defender
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Colt Defender Model O (07000D)1911 – WWI Replica
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1911 - WWI 1918 Replica1911A1 - WWII ReplicaColt New Agent Double Action OnlyColt Model 1991 DAO
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Colt Model 1911 100th Anniversary SeriesGunsite Model 1911
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Colt Government Model 1911 .22 LR Series
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Colt Concealed CarryNew AgentColt Rail GunCompetition Pistol
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Gold Cup TrophyDouble Eagle
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Double Eagle Officer's ModelDouble Eagle Combat Commander
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Double Eagle First EditionPocket Nine
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Tac Nine
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Mustang
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Mustang PocketLite
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Mustang LiteGovernment Pocketlite LWMustang Pocketlite XSP
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Mustang Plus II
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Colt Pony
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Colt Pony PocketLite.380 Series 80 Government ModelColt CZ40
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Colt Model 2000
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COLT WOODSMAN

Text and photos by Bob Rayburn

The original Colt .22 Target Model was designed by John Moses Browning and improved by engineers at Colt Firearms prior to the start of production in 1915. Major design updates were made in 1947 and again in 1955. Those three designs constitute what collectors call the three series of Woodsman pistols. First Series refers to all those built on the frame used prior to and during WWII. Second Series includes all versions built on the second frame design from 1947 until 1955 and Third Series means the third frame design as used from 1955 to the end of production in 1977.

Each series had a Target Model, Sport Model and Match Target Model. All models are very similar: Sport Model for example, is merely a Target Model with a short barrel and in some cases different sights or grips. Match Target is nearly the same as Sport or Target Model, but with a heavier slab-sided barrel, squared-off frame at the front of receiver to mate with the heavy barrel and improved sights. In the post-war years there were also three very similar economy models: First the Challenger, then Huntsman and finally Targetsman. The actions of these economy models are identical to higher-end models of the same period internally; they lack only some of the refinements.

These guns were not assembled in strict numerical sequence. Furthermore, even when changes were made, old parts were used up at the same time new parts were being introduced. As a result, there is no hard and fast serial number dividing line for any particular feature and serial number overlaps of several thousand are common.

All models of the Woodsman line, in all three series, are discussed here, but there are numerous variations in details that are primarily of interest to specialized collectors. For more details see Bob Rayburn's Colt Woodsman Pocket Guide, a 96-page pocket-sized guide to the Colt Woodsman line, available for $11 (including shipping) from:

Bob Rayburn
PO Box 97104
Lakewood, WA 98497 or online at www.colt22.com or
www.coltwoodsman.com

Except for NIB, values listed here are for the pistol only, without extras, for guns in the middle of each condition range. These are guidelines to the prevailing retail values for collector or shooter who is buying it as the end user, not what one might expect to receive from a gun dealer who is buying it to resell. Furthermore, within the Excellent and Very Good condition categories, there is a considerable spread in value, especially for the older and more collectible versions. Excellent, for example, means 98 percent or more original blue, but a very nice pre-Woodsman with 100 percent of the original blue would likely be worth twice as much to a serious collector as one with only 98 percent. At the other end of the condition scale, in the Fair and Poor categories, the individual values of component parts become significant, and effectively set a floor value. A poor condition, rusty, pitted pre-Woodsman or First Series Match Target would still have good value if it included the original magazine and grips in nice condition, for example. In addition, there are sometimes rare variations within the broad categories that can significantly enhance the value. Include the original crisp condition box, instructions, and tools, and the value goes up more, especially for high condition early guns. On the other hand, rust, pitting (even very minor), re-bluing, or other non-factory modifications will significantly reduce the values from those listed in the Very Good category or better.

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Woodsman Target
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Woodsman Sport
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Woodsman Match Target
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Military Woodsman Match TargetWoodsman Target 6" barrel
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Woodsman Sport 4.5" barrel
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Woodsman Match Target 6" barrel
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Woodsman Match Target 4.5" barrel
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Challenger 4.5" barrel
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Challenger 6" barrel
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Woodsman Target 6" barrel
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Woodsman Sport 4.5" barrel
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Woodsman Match Target 6" barrel
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Woodsman Match Target 4.5" barrel
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Huntsman 6" or 4.5" barrelTargetsman 6" barrelColt Junior Pocket Model
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Cadet / Colt .22
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Colt .22 Target
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COLT MODERN LONG ARMS

Colteer I-22
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StagecoachCourier
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Colteer
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Colt 57 "Bolt-Action" Rifle
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Coltsman Bolt-Action Rifle
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Coltsman Pump ShotgunSemi-Automatic ShotgunDouble-Barrel ShotgunColt Light Rifle
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Colt Sauer Bolt-Action RifleColt Sauer Short Action
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Colt Model 2012 SA308
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Colt Sauer Drilling
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Colt-Sharps Rifle

COLT AR-15 & SPORTER RIFLES

PRICING NOTICE: It is estimated the value of pre-ban AR-15s declined 10-15 percent, since 1994-2004 Assault Weapons ban has lapsed, but market has once again spiked due to demand. Pricing status of AR-15 is still volatile.

Modular Carbine CM762
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Modular Carbine CM65
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M4A1SOCOM
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M16A1 Retro Reissue
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XM177E2 Retro Carbine
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M4 Trooper Patrol Carbine.
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M4 Carbine OEM1
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M4 Carbine MPS
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COLT AR-15 PRE-BAN PRODUCTION 1964 TO 1989

AR-15 Sporter (Model #6000)
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AR-15 Sporter w/Collapsible Stock (Model #6001)
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AR-15 Carbine (Model #6420)
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AR-15 9mm Carbine (Model #6450)
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AR-15A2 Sporter II (Model #6500)
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AR-15A2 Government Model Carbine (Model #6520)
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AR-15A2 Government Model (Model #6550)
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AR-15A2 H-BAR (Model #6600)
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AR-15A2 Delta H-BAR (Model #6600DH)
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COLT AR-15 PRE-BAN PRODUCTION 1989 TO 1994

Sporter Lightweight Rifle
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Sporter Target Model Rifle (Model #6551)
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Sporter Match H-BAR (Model #6601)
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AR-15 (XM16E1)
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Sporter Match Delta H-BAR (Model #6601 DH)Match Target H-BAR Compensated (Model #6601C)
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Colt Match Target M4
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Sporter Competition H-BAR (Model #6700)
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Sporter Competition H-BAR Select w/scope (Model #6700CH)
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Match Target Competition H-BAR Compensated (Model #6700C)
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AR-15 Carbine Flat-top Heavyweight/Match Target Competition (Model #6731)
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AR-15 Tactical Carbine (Model #6721)
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Sporter H-BAR Elite/Accurized Rifle (Model #6724)
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COLT AR-15 POST-BAN PRODUCTION 1994 TO PRESENT

Colt SP6920
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Colt SP6940
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Match Target Competition H-BAR (Model 6700)
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Match Target Lightweight (Model MT6530)
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Match Target M4 Carbine (Model MT6400)
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Match Target H-BAR Rifle (Model MT6601)
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Colt 9mm Carbine (Model AR6951)
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LE6920 M4 Carbine
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LE6940
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LE6960
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Expanse M4
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COLT CUSTOM SHOP

Colt Custom Shop offers various customizing, upgrading and engraving services on current catalog models For information, contact Colt at www.colt.com or 800-962-2658. Shown here is a sampling of previously customized models.

Special Combat Government Model (Competition)Special Combat Government Model (Carry)Gold Cup CommanderU.S. Shooting Team Gold Cup
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Gold Cup Trophy
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McCormick CommanderMcCormick OfficerMcCormick Factory RacerColt Classic .45 Special Edition125th Anniversary Edition PeacemakerCustom AnacondaUltimate Python
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Anaconda HunterBobbed Detective SpecialLimited Class .45 ACPCompensated Model .45 ACPCompensated .45 ACP CommanderNite Lite .380Standard Tactical ModelSuperior Tactical ModelDeluxe Tactical Model

COLT REPRODUCTION PERCUSSION REVOLVERS

Revolvers listed were manufactured in a variety of styles (cylinder form, stainless steel, etc.) that affect prices. Factory engraved examples command a considerable premium over prices listed. Imported from Italy.

Walker
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Walker Heritage ModelFirst Model DragoonSecond Model DragoonThird Model DragoonModel 1848 Pocket PistolModel 1851 Navy RevolverModel 1860 Army RevolverModel 1861 Navy RevolverModel 1862 Pocket PistolModel 1862 Police Revolver

COLT PATERSON MODELS

Pocket or Baby Paterson Model No. 1
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Belt Model Paterson No. 2
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Belt Model Paterson No. 3
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Ehlers Model Pocket Paterson
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Ehlers Belt Model Paterson
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Texas Paterson Model No. 5
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