USAC is proud to offer premium quality firearms and continues to push the envelope with iconic pieces that sets them apart from the rest of the industry.The Colt Model 1903 "General Officer's Pistol" is back in its original Browning single action blowback .32 hammerless design. "US PROPERTY" marked, this pistol is a tribute to the leaders of the greatest generation and the iconic firearms originally issued to them. It features a 3.75" barrel, grip safety, 4140 carbon steel slide and frame, fixed front with an adjustable rear sights, and American black walnut grip.This model has a blued metal finish.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 32 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length : 3.75"
Capacity : 8+1
Safety : Grip
Grips : Walnut
Sight Configuration : Fixed Front, Adjustable Rear
Weight : 24 oz
Frame Finish : Blued
Frame Material : 4140 Steel
Barrel Type : 4140 Steel
Slide Description : Blued
Sight Style : Contrast
Barrel Length Range : 3.00" to 3.99"
Weight Range : 16.00 oz to 31.99 oz
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Submitted By: Sarah M. On 08/26/2018
Genuine JB quality. Flawless shooting! Fun range pistol, but at the cost of .32A ammo. Smooth trigger otb and fits in the pocket. It would have been nice if they could have made the safety a bit nicer, but since it’s based off the original nothing you can do. It’s nice to have a “new” 1903 even though you can still find old original ones, at least you know the barrel hasn’t been shot out and new parts are easy to obtain, although a mint condition original 1903 would be the best option it would most likely cost twice as much. I give 4 stars for the high price. If the ammo prices would go down I wouldn’t mind so much!
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