Colt 1908 380 Calibre

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by nspctr1, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. nspctr1

    nspctr1 New Member

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    I'm looking at this pocket colt. It is hammerless and has a parkerized finish. No special markings so it is for civilian use. It's in pretty good shape but doesn't have the original clip. What kind of price should I be looking at. There are no other accessories included.

    Kevin
     


  2. randmplumbingllc

    randmplumbingllc Active Member

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    My OLD book says $250. to 800. for the weapon, including a mag. This book is a couple of years old. Colt made 138K of them for civi's. No count for millitary, which is marked "U.S. Property" on frame.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. nspctr1

    nspctr1 New Member

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    Yeah, I was kinda thinking it to be in the 400 range and this guy is asking 500. serial # is 790** which puts it in the mid 20's production year.

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  4. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    $500 without a magazine, no thanks.

    I'd pay $400 for it, with the knowledge that I'd have to hunt down a magazine for it.
     
  5. Eli

    Eli Well-Known

    It's been refinished, they were blued. It's a $250-300 gun, if you have $500 for one I'll sell you a nice one with the original finish and grips.

    Eli
     
  6. randmplumbingllc

    randmplumbingllc Active Member

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    True, on the finish. It also DOES havea hammer. It is just concealed.

    The prices that I found were from the Gun Digest Gun & Prices, so......from poor to exc.
     
  7. nspctr1

    nspctr1 New Member

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    Someone else picked it up. Not sure what they paid for it. I offered him 300 bux and he declined. No biggie,
     
  8. res1b3uq

    res1b3uq Active Member

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    I have wanted one of those, but the collectors have got them so jacked up in price that I quite looking. For a shooter, a Bersa would probably be just as good.
     

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