bought a basic handgun....value?
A friend mentioned he had a Colt .45 D.A. revolver, white plasic grips, 4.5" barrel. clean finish w/ a bit of cylinder movement not near yet causing lead shaving..
I looked at it; it is an originally blued gun that is now nickel plated.
shoots well w/no cylinder lash, nice, clean pistol. offered the price as $150.00, including 9 loaded 250 grain cast bullet cartridges and a new box of 236 gr hp semi jacketed boolets for reloadong.
I ascertained this was what he really wanted....shelled out $150..quickly.
how do I determne vintage and what is approximate value if I advertise for sale down into the Tucson/Tombstone area? would make a good Cowboy Shooting gun.
a tiny chip on the left lower grip corner. no holster.
thank you, bill
What make and model is it? That's the starting point.
it is a COLT DA REVOLVER.
know nothing else about.
mid-barrel at 10-11 am is stamped COLT DA.
i know not where the serial numbers nor anything else is located.
thank you, BrownBear
I have seen a few. Does it look like this one?
Cabelas has a pretty decent gun room or if Mandells is still in Scottsdale you can try there.
When checking for cyl lock up on Colt DAs you need to cock the gun and pull the trigger while holding the hammer. Let the hammer go forward a little and then check lock up as they don't lock until the trigger is pulled. Cowboy shooting doesn't allow DA revolvers. Don't know the value but it's got to be a lot more than $150.
THIS COLT IS CLEARLY MARKED COLT.45 DA. it has no serial numbers obvious to glance.
Since you’re in Mayer your best bet would be to head 35 miles over to Prescott and show it to the guys at G&J Sales. They know collector gun values inside out and are solid honest people.