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Colt 1908 hammerless .25 caliber Vest Pocket Pistol

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Colt 1908 hammerless .25 caliber Vest Pocket Pistol  Guns > Pistols > Colt Automatic Pistols (.25, .32, & .380 cal)

It is going to be hard to convince anyone of the date of manufacture because this pistol is in such good condition.

Data: Colt 190825 ACP Origin: United States Manufacturer: Colt's Manufacturing Company, LLC Hartford, Connecticut Cartridge: 25 ACP Magazine capacity: 6 rounds Overall length: 4'l16 inches Height: 3V,6 inches Barrel length: 23/'6 inches Weight: 131,4 ounces

The factory designation was "Model N," but only a few Colt collectors would have recognized that. So, it's listed as the "1908 25," to separate it from the later Colt Junior, which was really an Astra Cub in disguise. John Moses Browning designed the older pistol in 1905, and it was produced by FN in Belgium in 1906. The Colt version came along in 1908, and continued in production until 1946.

Model 1908 Hammerless {Pocket Pistol (25 caliber) 1908-41) This was the Colt version of the 6.35mm FN-Browning Model 1906 or "Baby Browning'; which had proved to be exceptionally popular in Europe before Colt was persuaded to start production in the USA. This was truly a pocket pistol, 4.5 inches long with a 2-inch barrel, and weighed only 13 oz. The short butt was difficult to hold satisfactorily, but the recoil of the 25 ACP cartridge was light and the pistol was easily controlled. It was amply provided with safety devices, the original grip and manual locks being joined after gun No. 141000 (1916) by a magazine safety system designed by George Tansley. The standard finish was a rich blue, but substantial quantities of nickel-plated guns were sold and some highly decorative examples are known. The grips were either hard rubber, with "COLT" and a "rampant colt and C" motif. Markings included "COLT AUTOMATIC" above "CALIBER .25" on the right side of the slide beneath the ejection port. Production amounted to about 409,000.

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Condition: Used - See Item Description
Caliber: .25 ACP
Location: KS
Item #: 979560392

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City: Paola
State: KS

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