Re: Colt .32 1903
Boy it seems that these good old timers are coming out of the woodwork now!! That's great !! As far as what it needs to complete it's appearance that's only fair to all the great weapons of that time period! As for re-blueing or a complete pro restoration, first off how are the mechanics, second do you know anyone who will do it properly, thirdly can you afford the price of a restoration??? I personally would only put it back to completion and make sure the bore is good and clean and oil accordingly, also look for the proper holster, etc. Check out Numrich and this site or other sites for the proper parts and post your progress here, if you need it's year of manufacture and or other history just ask! Good luck and now the fun of owning an old firearm is just beginning!! Joe L.