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This is an early, transitional model that has both the "Police/Positive" marking on the right side of the barrel, and the olde ...
Condition: bright strong bore, 99% blue over all, slight holster wear, blemishes at hand contact poin ...
It was offered in either blued steel or nickel-plated finishes in various barrel lengths.
The Police Positive also sported an innovative safety mechanism known as the “Positive Lock” safety, which prevented the firing pin from striking the primer of the cartridge unless the trigger was deliberately pulled, preventing dropped guns from accidentally discharging.
The Police Positive, as the name indicates, was primarily marketed to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
This handgun is nickel plated and complete with pearl grips.
Click for more info Colt Police Positive .38 S&W caliber revolver. Click for more info INTERESTING GREAT DEPRESSION COLT REVOLVER!
POLICE POSITIVE .38 CALIBER MARKED ON THE BACK STRAP "RY. AGY." WITH RAILROAD MARKED FLAP HOLSTER, MADE 1930! Click for more info NEW IN BOX Colt Police Positive 38 Special with blued finish , 4" barrel.
Grips have some marks and have been worn down in spots. The gun has the very popular 4” barrel and remains in new condition.
As I sit here thinking of what to type for this review, I only have one thing that keeps recurring in my mind. This question, about a revolver that was given to me by my mother’s mother, given to her by a deceased boyfriend some 20 years before I was even born. A 1956 Police Positive Special and most likely a duty weapon at some point in its life, it must have had a wild ride. This was the handgun that I learned how to shoot handguns with.
Click for more info .32 police CTG, #188523 (1923), 4 inch barrel, blue, 2 piece hard rubber grips, period holster.
Click for more info Serial #55742, .32 Colt Police, 4" barrel with a bright, excellent bore.
This is in .38 S&W/Colt/New Police caliber with a 5" barrel.