Made from 1907-1940 Early ones do not have counterbored chambers. Later models had countersunk
chambers in .22 starting around 1932.
it's a pistol............
Nothing. Have it checked by a gunsmith to be sure.
It stands for the word "cartridge"
32 caliber is a little smaller then the 38 caliber
No. You did not provide the serial number.
No way to answer without the serial number.
Made in 1951
Police can't swim
"Mountie" is just a slang term for a police officer who works for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Mounties are police officers. There is no difference between the two.
A letter from Colt will get you started.
There is no difference, the state police is the division, the trooper is the person.
The police force is the organisation A police officer is one person in the police force
100-1000 USD or so depending on EXACTLY what you have.
Warning is in England, caution in USA
I think that you mean "pistol" instead of "positive". I have one of these and it is indeed a pistol. Was that the question? "Police Positive" was a Colt trade name. If the revolver has a square grip it is probably the model known as the "new police" and if it has a rounded grip it is probably the model known as the civilian "new pocket". It's hard to believe but the little dinky .32 revolvers were the standard Police issue around the turn of the 20th century.
Depends on which Police positive with that serial number: Police positive special in 1919 Police positive .32 & target in 1922 Police positive .38 in 1928
no, its a single action pistol what uses blanks
Police positive special=1919, Police positive .32 & target-1920,or Police positive.38-1924
Depends on which police positive with sn 134551: Colt police positive special -1916 Colt police positive .32-1916 Colt police positive .38-1921
Colt police positive .38 in 1914. Police positive .32 in 1909. Police positive special in 1913. Take your pick.
200-300 USD. Maybe a little more if Colt did the reblue and you can prove it.
A Colt police positive special .38 with sn 262352 was produced around 1922.