CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT A 1909 COLT POLICE POSITIVE DOUBLE ACTION 4'' IN. BARREL,STAG HAND GRIPS NICKLE PLATTED,AND LAST PATENT DATE 1905 JULY,4.
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Thank you for using Just Answer!The Colt Police Positive revolver was manufactured from 1905-1947. It is externally the same as the New Police with the addition of a positive locking feature and with two new chamberings: .38 New Police and .38 Smith & Wesson. They come with either a 2-1/2, 4, or 6 inch barrel and can be blued or have a nickel finish, with the nickel finish adding 15% to 20% to the values below. Earlier guns have hard rubber grips, while guns made after 1923 have checkered walnut grips.Retail values if the last patent date on the gun is 1905:Excellent: $660-$960Very Good: $330-$420Good: $270-$300Fair: $190-$245Poor: $180I hope this helps. If you are satisfied with my answer, please click the "accept" button. Thanks!Philip
Firearms instructor, 40 years experience with firearms.
WHAT ABOUT STAG HAND GRIPS IHEARD SOME CAME STOCK WITH THEM ,AND DO THEY ADD VALUE TO THE GUN?
I WAS TOLD THAT SOME 1909'S CAME STOCK WITH STAG HAND GRIPS IF SO OR NOT DOES THAT HELP WITH THE VALUE OF THE GUN?
No real added value, but if they are chipped, they will reduce the value some.Philip