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Posted December 30, 2016
Posted December 29, 2016
If it's used, the dealer should be willing to go to 1,400-1,450. Depends on condition, of course.
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Posted December 28, 2016
There are a number of web sites that will list serial numbers for Colt pistols, including percussion types. A call to Colt might be in order to determine if they have any information on yours. Replacing missing or incorrect parts will do no harm. It might be worth your while to have them appraised for insurance purposes.
Posted December 24, 2016
Merry Christmas to all.
Posted December 23, 2016
Good to read the latest update. Merry Christmas to PW and you. All the best.
Posted December 22, 2016
Edited December 22, 2016 by Tex Jones, SASS 2263
Thanks, Kincade. Merry Christmas!
Posted December 16, 2016
Wells Fargo museum on Montgomery St. might be worth a look.
Posted December 10, 2016
Update. Pard's daughter hit the "refresh" button. Everything works. Some people are tech challenged. Thanks for the replies.
Posted December 9, 2016
Pard in NJ says he hasn't been able to log on for a few days. Receives notification that site may be hacked, and then is unable to get on. Anyone had any trouble?
Posted November 27, 2016
I use different color boxes to differentiate pistol vs rifle reloads, as they may be slightly different (bullet weight, primer, powder and charge weight). I keep info on Post Its inside the box . Also, I keep a log with the same info so that I tell what date they were loaded, number etc. I also keep a note on the powder can that tells how many rounds were loaded, no. of grains, on any one day, and the same for the primers and bullets. A bit obsessive, but it works for me.
All the best.