If this is a .38 cal (check the markings on the frame and barrell) it is chambered for .38 caliber. If it is a Police Positive ammunition would be the .38 PP If it is a Police Positive Special you could use .38 PPS Check with any reputable gun shop/dealer or range and they'll give you the information you need.
It is .38S&W, which, for reference, is not the same at .38 Special. Yes, it is still available, but not an extremely common round. You may have to order it online or check with a gunshop and see if they can get it.
It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".
38 special unless it's a 38 S&W, then 38 S&W cartridge. should say on barrel.
32 caliber is a little smaller then the 38 caliber
made about 1917
manufacured about 1915.....................
38 caliber revolver ammo
made about 1919
Assuming it is a Police Positive Target if it is .22 caliber. It all depends on condition and exact model (1st Issue, 2nd Issue). Anywhere from $200 to $700 plus. email@example.com
No way to answer without the serial number.
You can expect the value to be from $150 - $450 depending on the condition.
Made in 1951
made about 1913. value depends on condition
if a police positive, then made about 1915
value depends on overall condition. if your colt is a police positive special, made about 1921
we are never told what kind of gun anyone used on the show but most likely it was a .38 caliber whch was carried by many police departments at that time.Barney Fife's "Baby" was Colt Police Positive, 4 inch barrel in .38 special caliber.It was actually a Colt Official Police... which was a slightly larger model than the Police Positive.
if it's a 38 cal. police positive, made in 1926
Only Colt would know.