The Colt Army Special revolver was a modernization and continuation of the New Army/New Navy series. Your gun was made in 1913. The revolver was available in .32-20, .38 Long Colt, .38 Special and .41 Colt, with barrel lengths from 3" to 6". Available in both blue and nickel finishes. Many special order upgrades were available from the factory. You dont give us any information on the actual condition of the revolver, but from the fact the grips are chipped and the front sight is bent we have to assume it has seen a lot of hard use. Army Special revolvers in mint condition routinely bring $400-$500 (more in rare variations), but I'm thinking this gun more in the $250 range as a shooter. firstname.lastname@example.org
No published history
A history letter from Colt will give you what you are looking for.
You can get a historical letter from S&W for 50 USD.
No published sn data. You will have to call Rossi
You will have to get it lettered by S&W to find out.
Go to S&W's website and follow directions for requesting a letter.
there is no history. both colt and S&W made the 45 cal D/A 1917 revolver during (and before) WW1..............
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No published history known.
Mark Stamps has written: '.380 Enfield no. 2 revolver' -- subject(s): Enfield revolver, History, Revolvers
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Is there any other writing on this gun? I don't know what company would have marked marked a revolver with these initials.
nothing is special
Cornell Publications has books on H&R
Write a letter to the current COLT Manufacturing Company, historical department. They will charge you a small fee, but will send you a letter of history on the side arm.
The Book of Colt Firearms by R. L. Wilson. Alternatively, you can request a history letter from Colt.
No known history published on this company
You can get it lettered by S&W.
Made by Charter Arms. Not much more history than that.
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the culture and history.
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G. Maxwell Longfield has written: 'Observations on Colt's second contract, November 2, 1847' -- subject(s): Colt (Revolver), Colt revolver, Histoire, History
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, features, barrel length, sights, grips, box, papers, accessories, condition, type of action, etc..
Robert L. Osgood has written: 'The History of Special Education: A Struggle for Equality in American Public Schools (Growing Up: History of Children and Youth)' 'The history of inclusion in the United States' -- subject(s): History, Inclusive education, Special education 'The history of special education'