Colt .38ACP 1902 Military Model Pistol

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by varifleman, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. varifleman

    varifleman Member

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    Here for your viewing pleasure is my Colt .38ACP 1902 Military Model Pistol serial number 11322 shipped to George Tritch Hardware Company in Denver on August 24, 1906.
     

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  2. Winchester94

    Winchester94 New Member

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    Very cool! The gun still looks great to be that old! Its awesome that you have that information about it too. I've always thought the pre-1911 Colt semiautomatics were interesting. Do you have ammo for it?
     

  3. varifleman

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    Besides modern production .38ACP I also have a few boxes of vintage .38 ACP for display. I've shot the 1903 .38ACP British-proofed Pocket Model pistol but not this one.
     

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  4. JW357

    JW357 New Member

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    I was curious if you ever shoot any of these collectibles.

    Nice gun. :)
     
  5. Winchester94

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    I'm not sure if I would shoot it. Back in the day, my grandpa used to buy and shoot .38 ACP out of his .357 Colt Lawman.
     
  6. stag556

    stag556 New Member

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    That's really cool, thanks for sharing.
     
  7. nitestalker

    nitestalker New Member

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    It is easy to see that the Russians used the Colt 1902 to design their TT-33 "Tok". :)