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07 December 2012


Inspired by Jay G; here's the Colt-Browning pocket trio!

They're all Colts.  The little guy is a 1908 Vest Pocket in .25 ACP, next one clock wise is a 1908 Pocket Hammerless in .380 ACP and finally the jewel of the collection the 1903 Pocket Hammerless in .32 ACP.  Sometime next year the .32 turns 100!

You should have bought it, Jay.  The regret will burn inside you every day for the rest of your life.  When you finally do buy one, it won't be the same.  It won't be as good as the one you passed up.


  1. That 1903 is dead sexy. Is that the original finish?

  2. It's refinished. A previous owner had stripped it to white then used a cold bluing pen on it. Otherwise I'd have kept the patina as I have with the 1908.


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