Colt Official Police

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  1. StoneChimney

    StoneChimney New Member

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    Here's a 1957 gun, mint/unfired in the box with paperwork. Airing out the safe a bit.

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  2. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice. Thats a keeper!
  3. Songman

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    Wow! That looks brand new!
  4. Rhuga

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    Sweet!
  5. jstgsn

    jstgsn Well-Known Member

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    Fond Memories. I carried a Colt 4" .38 for years. Took top shot in the Acadamy with it, and stayed in the top ten shots on the Department for years with one. Then we went to S&Ws and then to Semi autos. Always had a soft spot for that old colt though.
  6. Brisk44

    Brisk44 New Member

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    Love those old Colts.
  7. popgun

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    me too they just don't make them like that anymore
  8. dons2346

    dons2346 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Beautiful. Nothing beats a Colt.
  9. 1911 man

    1911 man New Member

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    Thats is one sweet piece,I never saw one in such perfect condition
  10. Rhuga

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    They don't get better than this.
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    DAMN, I'm in love! I am a HUGE fan of the "old .41 frame" colts, like the OP, the Trooper, the Python, and the Lawman. And as for fit and finish, and smoothness of action, the OP's, and the OMT and OMM's (Officers Models) which are simply adjustable sight OP's, for the most part, are the smoothest of all. The action polish and fit of the earlier (pre-"Mark") .41 frames is astounding. I would have a HELL of a time keeping myself from FIRING this "safe queen" providing it IS currently unfired.
  12. hansom

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    I have the same gun, mine made in 1943, those old revolvers are in a class by themselves, i just cant resist them. Enjoy
  13. ReginaldPFisticuffs

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    bumping with a pic of mine from 1929; great gun

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