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Great classic guns both it and the 1910 and 380

Just remember it is not drop safe at all

Great price
 

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Looks extra nice in that photo. Glad you got it and grateful to see it.

I'm so jealous. I've wanted to add an example of one of those to the Colt menagerie for years. Have come close but never quite turned loose of the funds.

Not drop safe for sure.
https://books.google.com/books?id=F6Yd2aU3uc8C&pg=PA133&lpg=PA133&dq=Steve+Malloy+dropped+Colt+1903&source=bl&ots=ThTs4sk09V&sig=JHJAkS82P4oudM_I4VIZ0HtbGLo&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjz2tbj7ZHOAhVE3IMKHf5FBFoQ6AEIZTAJ#v=onepage&q=Steve Malloy dropped Colt 1903&f=false

I'd still be willing to tote a Colt Model 1903 .32 or Model 1908 .380 but only in a well-fitting retention holster.
 

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Nice!
 

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Congrats! A fine investment indeed!
 

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great find!
 

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Boy, I sure do love the Colt 1903.

I won this one in a sweepstakes, from the now-off-the-air "Handgun Podcast." Was a 1903 in good shooting shape, but the finish was gnarly and pitted. Before I won the pistol, the host sent it to Robar for a two-tone treatment. It's an odd combination of old and new and I love it to death. It might not be drop-safe, but I carry it in a snug leather pocket holster and I'm not worried about that.

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32 they say has killed more humans than any other caliber in history. Not my choice for CC, but I would certainly put it in my safe. Congrats, be sure to give a range report.
 
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