__________________ "The 1911 was the design given by God to us through John M. Coates, USMC The Colt Junior pictured was made by Astra in Spain under contract with Colt. I need at least 2 or 3 for any gun I own Holy hell, it looks like Colt not only still services them, but did a recall/repair thing going at least through last year. t=13250) It has come to our attention that some of the small pocket automatic pistols marketed by Colt in 25 ACP between 19 (these have serial numbers ending in CC or beginning with OD) are susceptible to accidental discharge if improperly carried with a round in the chamber and dropped or otherwise carelessly handled.Browning that represents the epitome of what a killing tool needs to be. This is because of the type of firing mechanism in these pistols.
I was browsing the local shop today looking at the used section, looking for something small/different/kinda thing I don't have.
Was thinking maybe a Beretta Jetfire, so I'm looking on the pocket gun shelf and there's this tiny little set of colt grips that caught my eye.
Fanny had just got the guns out of the NYPD property clerks office, where they were safeguarded after her father'sw death. I sent my Colt Jr back for the upgrade in the 80's.
she fought to get back the license and re-open the store. I would guess the only rounds thru it were done bvy the factory, as i have not fire it. My brother is an ER doctor and had a homeless guy walked into his ER shot 6 times in the chest with a 25 ACP.
He was in the hospital for about an hour and went back to work the next day. A year later, my crew was called to a shooting on a school bus.
He was arrested for attempted murder and went to prison for awhile. One to close up the entrance wound, and two to close up the incision needed to remove the bullet from under his eyebrow. I have the original box and paperwork, bought it mid 70's from Fanny Feruto in NYC.
It's a .25auto gun, looks a lot like this I've never seen one before, and didn't actually konw they made anything like it Was wondering if anybody had any experience with 'em. i'm not too worried about ammo costs, just seems like something cool ot have.
Far as how well they work or shoot, if you can find mags/parts for them or not. I don't really want it for any reason, just something different, but I don't want to buy a gun if it has issues. Besides, I tend to like Colt guns Wonder if I should get it and send it to Colt, see what Brent can come up with While I would in no way expect Colt to still service this fella, I still wanna be able to get mags for it.
The bullet finally stopped just above his left eye.
The driver stopped the bus, picked up the kid by his neck and beat the tar out of him right by the side of the road.
We will replace the firing pin and the firing pin spring, and return the gun as promptly as possible. 2 Talcott Road West Hartford, CT 06110 USA __________________ "The 1911 was the design given by God to us through John M. Coates, USMC Odd, if morbid, little factoid regarding these pistols...