This is the smallest of all the Colt automatics. It fires the .25 ACP, not exactly a bear cartridge, but a combination that is awful easy to hide as has been proven over the last century. The mechanics on this weapon are excellent, and the bluing is at least 95% with only some minimal edge wear on the slide. The grips are black but appear in the photos to be brown as a result of the high intensity photography lamp. The greatest deficit this weapon has is approximately 40% discoloration on the magazine base, probably from the magazine being shoved home by someone’s sweaty thumb. A great many of these were made up until 1946, but you're not liable to find one in this condition available today. Again, it's not a 44 Magnum, but it beats having a quarter in your pocket.
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