1) Colt Model 1900 Second Army
Contract
. Pictured on the Cover of
F. Bannerman's guide to Military
Goods. 1927

2) Colt Model 1902 "Sporting."
Original condition featuring forward
plunge milled serration's and high
spur hammer.

3) Colt Model 1902 Military Model.
Early gun with forward cross hatched
serration's. This gun was shipped to
the later president of colt (Skinner) in
1904. It has the very rare
attachments for an Ideal shoulder
stock.

4) Colt model 1903 pocket. This is
an earlier .38 auto colt model 1903
as evidenced by the high polished
finish.

5) Colt model 1903 pocket. This is
a later gun as seen by the rougher
finish.

6) Colt model 1903 General
Officer's pistol.
Belonging to
General Bennett. Author of the book
"Honor Untarnished". Graduate of
West Point in 1940. Fought in North
Africa, Sicily, and landed on Omaha
beach on D-day as a Colonel of a
mobile artillery Battalion. He is
believed to be the highest ranking
officer to have landed on Omaha on
June 6th (although cannot be
proven), and was in the first wave of
landing crafts. He was awarded the
Bronze Star, Distinguished service
cross and medal, purple heart, legion
of merit and commendation medal.
After the war he became the Director
of strategic plans and policy, the
superintendent of West Point,
followed by commanding General of
the VII corps in Europe, Director of
the Defense intelligence agency,
Commanding general 8th U.S. Army,
Commander in Chief of United
Nations Command, and finally
Commander of U.S. Forces in Korea.
He retired in August 1974 as a 4
star General.

7) 1911 A Issued to Col. Lucardi.
Col. Lucardi was a pilot in the 57th
fighter group in North Africa. He flew
P-40s and P-47s.

8) Colt model 1907. One of 205 colt
1907's produced. This gun was
returned to the factory and
refinished. Pictured in the Charles
Clawson Book.

9) Colt model 1907. This was one of
the 1907's used in the 1909 U.S.
Army test trials. Pictured in the
Charles Clawson Book.

10) Colt 1903 hammerless. This is
an early 1903 as evidenced by the
high lustre finish, longer slide, barrel
bushing, and fire blued small parts.

11) Colt 1903 hammerless. Later
model accompanied by its original
box, hang tag and instructions sheet.
New Condition.

12) Colt Model 1903 General
Officer's Pistol.
Issued to General
Floyd Edsall. Adjutant general of
Nevada.

13) Colt model 1903 General
officer's pistol.
Issued to Major
General Benjamin F. Taylor. Gen.
Taylor was Chief of Staff for the VII
corps in Germany, Commanding
general of the 24th infantry division,
Director of Army Programs, Director
of Army Budget, Chief of Staff of
Central Army (NATO), Chief of Staff
of U.S. Army in Europe and 7th Army.
Retired in 1970 as a Major General.

14) U.S. Property Marked Colt
model 1908 vest pocket.
This gun
is noteworthy because of the U.S.
Property marking. While many guns
of this model are seen with the U.S,
markings they are believed to be
spurious. This gun is accompanied
by a factory letter stating shipment
from the factory with the U.S.
Property marking. With its shipping
box and accouterments.

15) Colt Model 1911 belonging to
Lt. General Alfred Foote.
 General
Foote was a Veteran of the Spanish
American War and WWI. He was the
Commanding general of the 26th
infantry Division during WWI, and
was the winner of the distinguished
service medal for heroic service
during the Champagne-Marne
Offensive, winner of the Silver
Star for service in the Trugny Woods.


16. Rare U.S. Colt 1902 Military
One of roughly 100 colt model 1902's
marked U.S. Property and shipped to
the United States Army. This gun
exhibits both the R.A.C. and the
J.T.T. markings and is found in
nearly 90% condition.
 







17. Colt 1900 Altered Sight Safety
in 98% condition









18. Colt 1905 in 98%+ original
condition, as pictured with
original holster.

19. Colt 1900 Sight Safety, Second
Army Contract. Pictured with U.S.
Cavalry Saddle bags.

20. Colt 1905 with Shoulder stock
with two boxes of original 1905
ammo. Ammo for the 1905 is
identifiable because it is 200 gr. Gun
is in 95% condition as is the shoulder
stock.
Fine Colt Automatics
.
1) Colt Model 1900 Second Army
Contract
.

The model 1900 is the first production automatic
that John M. Browning designed and Colt
commercially produced. 4,274 1900’s were
produced and shipped between 1900 and 1902.
The 1900’s were acquired by the government in two
contracts. The First Contract consisted of 100 guns
and the Second Contract consisted of 200 guns.
This gun is a Second army Contract gun in superb
condition.
.
3) Colt Model 1902 "Sporting.

This is an early 1902 showing the forward plunge
milled serration's and high spur hammer. This gun
is in excellent original condition and is accompanied
by the original sales receipt. Also pictured is an
original box of .38 ACP ammunition.
.
4) Colt Model 1902 Military Model

This is an early gun model 1902 Military Model with
forward cross hatched serration's. This gun was
shipped to the later president of colt (Skinner) in
1904. It has the very rare attachments for an Ideal
shoulder stock. These attachments are the same
as those found on the 1902 presented to Theodore
Roosevelt.
.
6) Colt model 1903 pocket.

This is an earlier .38 auto colt model 1903 as
evidenced by the high polished finish.

7) Colt model 1903 pocket.

This is a later gun as seen by the rougher finish.
.
10) Colt model 1903 General Officer's
pistol
Belonging to General Bennett. Author of the book "Honor
Untarnished". Graduate of West Point in 1940. Fought in
North Africa, Sicily, and landed on Omaha beach on D-day
as a Colonel of a mobile artillery Battalion. He is believed to
be the highest ranking officer to have landed on Omaha on
June 6th (although cannot be proven), and was in the first
wave of landing crafts. He was awarded the Bronze Star,
Distinguished service cross and medal, purple heart, legion
of merit and commendation medal. After the war he became
the Director of strategic plans and policy, the superintendent
of West Point, followed by commanding General of the VII
corps in Europe, Director of the Defense intelligence agency,
Commanding general 8th U.S. Army, Commander in Chief
of United Nations Command, and finally Commander of
U.S. Forces in Korea. He retired in August 1974 as a 4
star General.
.
21) 1911 A1 Issued to Col. Lucardi

Col. Lucardi was a pilot in the 57th fighter group in
North Africa. He flew P-40s and P-47s. Col. Lucardi
was in the first squadron of planes to engage the
Luftwaffe in WWII in North Africa. Accompanying
this pistol is original correspondence and clear
(plexi-glass) grips known as sweetheart grips where
pictures are placed under the grip.
.
15) Colt model 1907

One of 205 colt 1907's produced. This gun was returned to the factory and refinished. This gun was Pictured
in the Charles Clawson Book. 1907’s were produced and sold entirely to the U.S. Military. This is one of the
final models of Colts that were submitted to the government for trials / acceptance. These lead to the
adoption of the 1911. These are serial numbered from 1-207.
8. Superb 1901 Winchester
.
16) Colt model 1907

This was one of the 1907's that was actually used
in the 1909 U.S. Army test trials. Also pictured in
the Charles Clawson Book. 1907’s had the addition
of the loaded chamber indicator and grip safety and
were created to fulfill the requests of the military.
.
8) Early Colt 1903 Hammerless

This is an early 1903 as evidenced by the high
luster finish, longer slide (4”), barrel bushing, and
fire blued small parts. 1903’s were produced from
1903 to 1945. The gun was produced in .32 ACP.
There were 5 ”Types” of 1903’s produced.  
.
9) Late Colt 1903 Hammerless

Later model accompanied by its original box, hang
tag and instructions sheet. The barrel on this later
model is 3 ¾”. The small parts are no longer fire
blued. This gun survives in as new condition.
.
12) Colt Model 1903 General Officer's
Pistol

Issued to General Floyd Edsall who was the
Adjutant general of Nevada. This pistol is
accompanied by the original issue documentation,
original holster and General Edsall’s ribbons and
service records.
.
11) Colt model 1903 General officer's
pistol

Issued to Major General Benjamin F. Taylor. Gen.
Taylor was Chief of Staff for the VII corps in
Germany, Commanding general of the 24th infantry
division, Director of Army Programs, Director of
Army Budget, Chief of Staff of Central Army
(NATO), Chief of Staff of U.S. Army in Europe and
7th Army. Retired in 1970 as a Major General.
.
19) U.S. Property Marked Colt model 1908 vest pocket. This gun is noteworthy because of the U.S.
Property marking. While many guns of this model are seen with the U.S. markings, they are believed to be spurious. This
gun is accompanied by a factory letter stating shipment from the factory with the U.S. Property marking. This gun is found
with its original shipping box and accouterments and extra magazine.
.
20) Colt Model 1911 belonging to Lt.
General Alfred Foote

General Foote was a Veteran of the Spanish
American War and WWI. He was the Commanding
general of the 26th infantry Division during WWI,
and was the winner of the Distinguished Service
Medal for heroic service during the Champagne-
Marne Offensive, winner of the Silver Star for
service in the Trugny Woods. Foote’s original war
maps, bible, compass, correspondence and medals
accompany this pistol.
.
5) Rare U.S. Colt 1902 Military

One of roughly 200 colt model 1902's marked U.S.
Property and shipped to the United States Army.
This gun exhibits both the R.A.C. and the J.T.T.
markings and is found in nearly 90% condition.
Military contract guns were serial numbered from
15000-15200. This gun represents one of the
earliest attempts of the U.S. adopting a service
automatic pistol.
.
2) Colt 1900 Altered Sight Safety in
98% condition

As a transition between the 1900 Sight Safety and
the 1902 Sporting model, the sight safety was
removed and a block was substituted in its place. A
large portion of the 1900 Sight Safeties were
altered in this manner.
.
13) Colt 1905

In 98%+ original condition, as pictured with original
200 Gr. ammunition. The 1905 was produced from
1905-1917 and is serial numbered from 1 to 6210.
1905’s were sold commercially; the military adopted
the version known as the 1907.
.
14) Colt 1905 with Shoulder Stock

This 1905 is one of only 440 pistols cut for a shoulder stock and one of only 408 pistols shipped with a shoulder stock.
The stock is detachable using a dovetail at the backstrap and the stock doubles as a holster / case. This has become
one of the most sought after and collectible Colts.  
.
22) Original Colt Woodsman with Box
and Paperwork

This Woodsman is in factory new condition with the
original box and paperwork. The original and
extremely rare hang tag is still with the pistol.
Accompanying these early Colt automatics was a
test target showing the grouping of the gun. The
first series was produced from 1915-1947, the
second series was produced from 1947 to 1955
and the third series was produced from 1955-1977.
For more information please visit: www.colt22.com
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17) Colt model 1908 in .380 Cal.

This model colt is identical to the 1903, with the
exception of the caliber. The 1908 was produced
from 1909-1945. 1908’s were issued to U.S.
Generals as General Officer’s pistols. This gun is
still in its original box with paperwork and has an
original box of Winchester ammunition
8. Superb 1901 Winchester
.
18) Colt model 1908 in .25 ACP

This is another of Colt’s Hammerless automatics.
They were produced from 1908 to 1948 and were
serial numbered from 1 to 420705. This gun is also
in its original matching box with paperwork. This is a
later 1908 as noted by the walnut grips and
rougher finish.
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