Bankers Special .38 S&W

Bankers Special .38 S&W

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    Bankers Special .38 S&W

    I have a Colt .38 Bankers Special anyone have any expierience or opinions ?


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    Nice little collectors item. Don't see them too often. Hold on to the little bugger!

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    pics please !!!!
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    The Banker's Special is one of the more collectible small Colts (share the same frame with the Police Positive). Made from 1926 to 1943, a total of 35,000 were manufactured IIRC and they were chambered in .22LR, 32 S&W Long, .38 Police Positive (New Police) and 38 S&W (not .38 S&W Special). You might have quite a valuable little revolvers, depending on condition.

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    I would be willing to take it off your hands for the 1941 catolag price of $35.00

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    I'll take a bakers dozen of those 44.75 Government Models.

    That little gun seems like a keeper to me.
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