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In order to tell how old your Colt 25 semi auto pistol is, you will need to offer the serial number. This number gives you an idea of when the pistol was manufactured.


If you call Colt they will tell you when it was made.



Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you.


Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you.


Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you. Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you.


Call Colt with the sn and they will tell you.


Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you.


Call Colt and they will tell you. Proofhouse.com has Colt sn data.


depends, if you have a model & serial number with pistol ??????


It would tell the year when it was produced.


If the pistol is a model 1903 hammerless it was made in 1907 I cannot tell you the value.


Single or double action revolver? Semi-automatic? Caliber? Without these pieces of information, can't help you.



By it's serial number. Go to: www.proofhouse.com


Impossible to answer without a DETAILED description of ALL markings.


There is no way to answer since you did not provide a serial number. You can call Colt and they will tell you. The Blue Book of Gun Values has sn data as does the Colt website.


You must tell us what it is (pistol, shotgun, rifle) and all markings.


You can call Colt and give them the serial number or you can look it up in the Blue Book of Gun Values.



Your question cannot be answered without the model number or description being included with your question.


The Colt match target .22 with serial number 220044-S was made in 1966.


read what is on the barrel. it will tell you who made...................


value depends on overall condition. serial number will tell you the age.


Condition is everything. This sounds like it could be a 1911 Colt government model but serial number don't tell you everything. If it is a 1911 Colt GI pistol (that could have been made in 1917) it could be worth as much as $2000 in excellent condition to as little as $300 in poor condition. Take it to a reputable gunshop, pawn dealer or gunsmith and have them give you a better idea as to worth.