Commemorative

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  1. GzzV

    GzzV New Member

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    Hello

    My Commemorative I bought years back, Never shot it but this week I will for the first time. I have the box, display case with papers.

    Regards
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  2. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like it, I would shoot it too.
  3. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    That shor is purty! If I own a gun, it will be shot. Welcome to the forum GzzV.
  4. GzzV

    GzzV New Member

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    Thanks Guys, (Me) Not being a collector why not shoot them, Right?
  5. Insulation Tim

    Insulation Tim Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Correct. She's no "Safe Queen". Enjoy her.
  6. GzzV

    GzzV New Member

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    Tim

    Are Commemorative pistols collectible? What Colts' are?
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  7. jstanfield103

    jstanfield103 New Member

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    I believe I would sell her to someone that collects and buy I couple to shoot. I would end up shooting that one and messing the purdy out of it. She is a beauty.
  8. Bindernut

    Bindernut Well-Known Member

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    Hey, I remember when those came out. Drooled over that one in the local shop when I was too young to even know what an 1911 was besides a Colt.
    Always thought it was a purty rendition. Not overly dolled up...just enough to stand out.

    I suppose some collector might may a premium for it but I would go out and shoot it just because I could too. I don't have safe queens in my stash either. :)
  9. ignats

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    Both Colt and Winchester have made far too many commemoratives for them to ever have much collector value. They generally keep pace with shooter versions of the same gun.
  10. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Nice pistol.
  11. GzzV

    GzzV New Member

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    I agree, I think TALO has something to do with the commemoratives. The grips on this Colt are Talo grips. I replaced the original with these.
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