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Just came back from a local gun show, a friend of mine brought in his old Colt, i "think" it was a 38 super, very slim slide, trigger group, etc, small dark brown colt grips, and on the left side of the bottom of the grip frame was a l" sling swivel, anyone , can you tell me what model Colt this pistol is? thanks, Pictures??
 

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We'll need to see pictures to be sure. Sounds like a 1903 or something similar, but it wouldn't be a Super 38 in that case. Might be a .32 auto but as I said, we need to see pics!
 

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Probably a 1902 Military .38 Auto (not a Super .38 Auto).


(Sam Lisker collection)
 

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:wink:
 

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:rofl:Early race gun.
 

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THAT IS THE ONE! Thanks, and, if i can get a picture i will, but, it won't be soon, this one is in PERFECT condition.
 

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What kinda $$$$$ was spent? Tracy
 

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THAT IS THE ONE! Thanks, and, if i can get a picture i will, but, it won't be soon, this one is in PERFECT condition.
You're welcome Sir.
 

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No money was exchanged, he just brought it to the show to see what it might be worth, haven't talked to him since, will call him tomorrow and find out what some of the guys said. I saw it, held it, the pistol is like brand new, the bluing is sort of a medium blue/gray color, and over all condition of the pistol is about 98%.
 
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