You can get one from a site called Auction Arms. Here is the link http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=8469883.
Or go to Numrich gun parts at this link http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=3620zP-32
The top site is an auction site so you would have to register with them to bid on it. The other one is a gun parts site. They might have you register I am not sure. I am registered with both of them.
Colt Firearms ((named for its founder, Samuel Colt) was one of the firms that made the US Military Pistol, Cal .45 ACP, Model 1911. It was adopted by the US Government in the year 1911.
Colt grips can be purchase from eBay and they are found under Accessories. GunBroker is also a good website for purchasing good Colt grips. For vintage gun grips, one can try VintageGunGrips.
At his peak tallness, Samuel Colt was about 2.43 Kim Jongs
Made and imported in the 1960s. There are several models in different calibers, no serial number records. Values are modest, but vary by caliber from .22 LR to .44 magnum. And you did not tell us what you have.
The value will always depend on overall condition, and that value can vary greatly. Trooper Mk III handguns can go from anywhere between $200 to $2,500.
There was a Browning 12 gauge with the patent 2203378-223386, that was sold for $999.00 at an online auction.
mfg. about 1875
Your question can not be answered with the slight info that you have provided.Please include all the info you can about your revolver to include maker,barrel length,caliber,finish,etc.and include all markings.
Your HY-Hunter OU derringer was imported from West Germany by HY-Hunter Inc.Located in Hollywood CA.These derringers will bring between 100-175 dollars depending on caliber and overall condition.
A backstrap is a pull strap extending the backstay of a boot or shoe, the backbone of a book, or a lion of meat consisting of the muscle on each side of the spine.
There are plenty. The Ruger Mk. I/II/III pistols, the Sig-Sauer Mosquito, the Colt Woodsman, and the Walther P22 are just the ones I own personally. There are several others, varying in quality and price, from the so-called 'Saturday Night Specials' up to extremely high end target pistols.
BKA 218 is a NON FIRING replica of the Colt Model 1860 revolver. You can't fire anything through it.
The chrome plated colt python 357 magnum is more than $800.
Sugar Colt was created in 1967.
Your Ruger model 77 dates to the year 1983 with the serial number that you have provided.
Python prices have gone up in private as of late. Value depends on overall condition. Check on Gunbroker.com under pythons for condition and prices
A Colt 22 target pistol can be worth anywhere from 100 to 500 dollars. This all depends on what shape the gun is in.
Well, yes and no. The rifle version of the 220A was the 219, and barrels were made in .22 hornet, 25-20, 32-20,or 30-30. However, they have been out of production for some time, so they will be hard to find. The action is not designed for higher pressure cartridges such as .308, etc.
Colt - name of the company
45 - designation of the cartridge