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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by fnfalman, Feb 12, 2011.
The Rampant Colt is the only way to go.
Very nice colts.
Never say never. A few years back I wouldn't bother to own any Colt other than the Pythons and the M1917. Next thing I know, I added an M1911A1 two snubbies and a match grade revolver.
Stunning. Is that revolver (Python?) in the BMW finished in Royal Blue?
Also, that a Longines watch?
Sweet pics fnfalman .
Very nice, fnfalman.
Nice looking guns.
I haven't bought Colt handguns for maybe 30 years. I had a Python that was a dangerous POS and sometime after that Colt quality hit rock bottom. I got down on Colt big time. I don't even stop at the Colt dealers at the gun shows.
But in the last few years I have been wanting to get a Colt revolver. A couple months ago I just happened to run across this nice Cobra at a gun show. FTF $350.
Wow, does that mean if it is not a Ford that it is just a knock off copy?
Let me take it a step further...
I noticed your 1911 is a .38 super...
Lots of people would say it ain't a .45 it isn't a 1911!!!
Just stirring the pot!
Colt Trooper Mark III in .357 Magnum made in 1974
Colt 1911 USGI made in 1918
Very nice one for the price, you did good!!
like the usgi 1911,the others are nice to I am a fan of the pony's- we need to see some centerfire single actions though
Thank goodness that Browning designed it for them.
Here a a couple of mine . More S&W's than anything else but the Colts are special.
You would not believe the NIB Colts my friend has. Some from the late 1960's. He buys guns just because he likes them but seldom shoots (even though he's only 10 minutes from my range).
I'll add my one and only Colt oldie.
If we're posting other than old Colts then..