What kind of modifications can be done to a Colt Huntsman?
I dont want to mod it out. Why cant you old guys ever read a comment for what it says instead of trying to make assumptions. And to say I am a young kid is a little presumptuous since I am a 21 year old. I'm still young but far from a kid in age, intelligence, and maturity(most of the time).There is nothing you can do to such a fine pistol that would not alter the value of it.
If you want a pistol to "MOD OUT" go and buy a Ruger MkII or III or Browning buckmark or Beretta Neos. they are all a dime a dozen.
A true good condition colt woodsman or huntsman will bring guys like me in and hve the drooling all over the place. The last time I shot a woodsman there was nothing you could do to that pistol to make is any better.
Why do all you young kids think everything needs to be modded out? Can't you just be happy with have a great old pistol that shoots good and is reliable?
I have read a couple resources but in doing so learned how difficult this pistol is to take down so i was hoping to find somethin that would make it crystal. However, I don't think I will find any videos either. Would be nice but I'll manage.I expect you can buy a take down info from Colt, doubt they have a DVD so your going to have to read. Best to take it to a good gunsmith to check out if there are any worn parts that should be replaced and ask the question of repair to value at that point.
Being disrespectful to a person older than you prevents you from learning from there expereince. cpttango30 gave you sound advice "There is nothing you can do to such a fine pistol that would not alter the value of it" and in return you were rude.
Thanks man that should help. I'm just worried I'm gonna get this apart and have a piece left over once I get it back together.