What is the value of a 22 caliber Police Positive Target Pistol that has been reblued?
200-300 USD. Maybe a little more if Colt did the reblue and you can prove it.
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.
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.
Ruger is the name of a gun manufacturer in the USA. The German pistol carried by officers and non-commissioned officers was the Luger or the Model P 08. It fired a 9mm Parabellum cartridge, which is equivalent to 0.38 inch (or caliber). Officers also carried the Walther P-38 which also fired the 9mm Parabellum cartride. Another favorite pistol for police was the Walther PP (Police Pistol), which came in calibers of .22, .32 and .38…
What is a 32 colt revolver police positive with 6 inch barrel patented Aug 5 1884 June 5 1900 July 4 1905?
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…