The Colt Custom shop has reintroduced the classic Colt Series 70 in a traditional blue steel variant. The pistols in the photos are stock specimens from our store , but the ones we have for sale are unfired and unopened in their blue Colt Custom Shop boxes. We did not get these through normal channels; we had to pay premium prices for them. The forte of the Series 70, of course, is the lack of a firing pin block or firing pin safety, and the crisp single action trigger pull that only comes without the trigger having to depress a plunger. Factory specs are as follows. The pistol is the classic 5 inch barrel all-steel Colt Series 70 Government, catalog #O1970A1CS .45 ACP. It's entirely blue steel, 8 ½ inches overall length, classic spur hammer, aluminum combat trigger, flat black combat sights, with classic Double Diamond Rosewood Colt grips. Both grip safety and thumb safety are standard configuration. Serrated trigger is standard, and it has two 7 + 1 capacity magazines. Finish, as the photos show, is matte blue vertical surfaces and classic Colt bright blue side features. As if the gun is not essay enough by itself, a word about the competition to single actions autos. Our photographer has carried and fired one of these for the past 50 years, and he says your Glock will go off before his cocked-and-locked Colt will every time. He subscribes to the opinion of the late, great Jeff Cooper, who says a Double Action Auto is a solution to a problem that does not exist. In a market awash with plastic, here is the original real thing, all 36 oz. of it. Own this original classic, still the definitive combat handgun for only $ 919.95
Not transferable to civilians in California, copycat District of Columbia, or Massachusetts.
2% Discount, $ 915 delivered freight paid, if payment is by USPS Money Order & not credit card.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Handguns: $15 flat fee shipping to the lower 48 states; $20 to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, USPS Priority Mail, insured with Delivery Confirmation. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Personal checks are better than Cashier’s checks or Non-USPS Money Orders. We require initial payment of at least 20% down within 7 days of offers to buy; otherwise we relist. . Auction Arms and Gun Broker require us to issue negative feedback on non-paying bidders, not the case, though, with GA. We can accept FFLs not only in the mail, but also by scan or fax, so long as they are legible and signed. We always do everything possible in order to make the transferring dealer's life easy. No returns on NIB Guns or lay-aways. New In Box guns have factory warranties if there is a problem, and they have to go to the factory or a factory authorized service gunsmith. We accept lay-away with 20% down, balance in 90 days - lay aways not refundable, though. Internet phone hours 8:30 - 4 CST Mon - Sat CST. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340 We consider trade offers. Blue & Walnut Good. S&W, Colt Stainless Very Good. We even like RG, H&R, Taurus, Rossi Revolvers. Gold, Silver good, esp. Morgan Dollars and Walking Liberty Half Dollars. We like .243 and .30-30 very much.
$15 flat fee shipping to the lower 48 states; $20 to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico.
We will entertain trade offers on premium items like N-frame Magnum S&Ws, Small gauge shotguns, and
Don't let your buddies use your account. Registered user must be the buyer, with his or her own money. Buying firearms and related items for other people can result in felony charges. Don't try, either, to circumvent any law; for example, a California civilian may not buy a high capacity magazine and have it shipped to his brother-in-law in Nevada. That is a felony.
GA Pay buyers are NOT charged until we confirm we have the item and are ready to ship it. The same thing is true for phone-in, fax-in, and mail-in payments. In this respect, and in several others, Guns America outshines all its competitors. This is the best firearms website there is, hands down.