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Hi I need help to ID this Colt not sure what it is, I paid $750.00 was it worth it? Ser#28900x
Thanks for the help


 

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If I read the chart correctly, your gun was made in 1913 and was one of 19,150 made that year by Colt.
 

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Very nice, a true 1911. Not sure of the value, but if you are happy, who cares. Congrats
 

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What I think we have here is a troll. With a name like "nutsfor1911" I would tend to believe he knows what he has and the value for that condition, 3G's for pristine. That number would put it around early 1918. :)
 

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A piece of junk>>>>LOL

..im only kidding,,you gave $750.00 you paid $650.00 to much
Why?????because its a COPY,they are doing it in the gun-world
..think about that awhile....LOL..:confused: :confused: :confused:
 

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What I think we have here is a troll. With a name like "nutsfor1911" I would tend to believe he knows what he has and the value for that condition, 3G's for pristine. That number would put it around early 1918. :)
..im only kidding,,you gave $750.00 you paid $650.00 to much
Why?????because its a COPY,they are doing it in the gun-world
..think about that awhile....LOL..:confused: :confused: :confused:
The picture clearly shows SN 28900x as he claims and as Flintrock suggests, that puts the manufacture date between 1915 and 1918 and it is a Colt SN. What's the problem?
 

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It is an original 1911 not a 1911a1 but with the blue replacement parts on a parkerized pistol, its a parts gun right now...blued replacement parts make it other than original pistol.
 
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