Colt Mustang Plus 2 Serial Numbers

  1. Serial Number RR009XX. Can you carry this Cocked and Locked? Does anyone do so? Colt mustang plus ii.380 (sm).jpg. 16.8 KB Views: 43.
  2. Greg Colt Mustang.380 January 27, 2020 5 Stars. The original owner of this Colt Mustang described it as a 1992 gun, however when my Colt Archive Letter arrived, I learned it shipped on December 10, 1991 so it is in fact a 1991 gun. Many states that issue pistol permits today, require that the handgun be concealed.
  3. This Colt is a latter model Mustang. The pistol's serial number is RC 81163. The barrel is the 2 3/4 inch barrel. The original bluing is the black finish. The grips are the Colt plastic grips. The magazine holds 7 rounds. This pistol comes with a spare magazine.

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COLT MODEL 1911A1 1970 - CURRENT

Model 1911A1 was manufactured by Colt until 1971, when the Series 70 Government Model superseded it. Modifications in the new model were slightly heavier slide and slotted collet barrel bushing. In 1983, Colt introduced Series 80 models, which had an additional passive firing pin safety lock. Half-cock notch was also re-designed. Beginning of 1992 another change was made to Model 1911A1 in the form of an enhanced pistol. Included were Government models, Commander, Officer's, Gold Cup and Combat Elite. These modifications are the result of Colt's desire to meet the shooters demand for a more 'customized' pistol. Colt chose some of the most popular modifications to perform on their new enhanced models. They include beavertail safety grip, slotted Commander-style hammer, relief cut under the trigger guard, beveled magazine well, slightly longer trigger, flat top rib and angled slide serrations. Model 1911A1 may be the most modified handgun in the world.

COLT ENHANCED GOVERNMENT MODELS

In 1992, Colt introduced a new set of features for its Model 1911A1 series pistols. New features include: a flattop slide, angled rear slide serrations, scalloped ejection port, combat style hammer, beavertail grip safety, relief cut-under trigger guard and long trigger. Models that are affected by this new upgrade are: Delta Elite, Combat Elite, Government Model, Combat Commander, Lightweight Commander, Officer's ACP, Officer's ACP Lightweight.

COLT WOODSMAN

Text and photos by Bob Rayburn
The original Colt .22 Target Model was designed by John Moses Browning and improved by engineers at Colt Firearms prior to the start of production in 1915. Major design updates were made in 1947 and again in 1955. Those three designs constitute what collectors call the three series of Woodsman pistols. First Series refers to all those built on the frame used prior to and during WWII. Second Series includes all versions built on the second frame design from 1947 until 1955 and Third Series means the third frame design as used from 1955 to the end of production in 1977.
Each series had a Target Model, Sport Model and Match Target Model. All models are very similar: Sport Model for example, is merely a Target Model with a short barrel and in some cases different sights or grips. Match Target is nearly the same as Sport or Target Model, but with a heavier slab-sided barrel, squared-off frame at the front of receiver to mate with the heavy barrel and improved sights. In the post-war years there were also three very similar economy models: First the Challenger, then Huntsman and finally Targetsman. The actions of these economy models are identical to higher-end models of the same period internally; they lack only some of the refinements.
These guns were not assembled in strict numerical sequence. Furthermore, even when changes were made, old parts were used up at the same time new parts were being introduced. As a result, there is no hard and fast serial number dividing line for any particular feature and serial number overlaps of several thousand are common.
All models of the Woodsman line, in all three series, are discussed here, but there are numerous variations in details that are primarily of interest to specialized collectors. For more details see Bob Rayburn's Colt Woodsman Pocket Guide, a 96-page pocket-sized guide to the Colt Woodsman line, available for $11 (including shipping) from:
Bob Rayburn
PO Box 97104
Lakewood, WA 98497 or online at www.colt22.com or
www.coltwoodsman.com
Except for NIB, values listed here are for the pistol only, without extras, for guns in the middle of each condition range. These are guidelines to the prevailing retail values for collector or shooter who is buying it as the end user, not what one might expect to receive from a gun dealer who is buying it to resell. Furthermore, within the Excellent and Very Good condition categories, there is a considerable spread in value, especially for the older and more collectible versions. Excellent, for example, means 98 percent or more original blue, but a very nice pre-Woodsman with 100 percent of the original blue would likely be worth twice as much to a serious collector as one with only 98 percent. At the other end of the condition scale, in the Fair and Poor categories, the individual values of component parts become significant, and effectively set a floor value. A poor condition, rusty, pitted pre-Woodsman or First Series Match Target would still have good value if it included the original magazine and grips in nice condition, for example. In addition, there are sometimes rare variations within the broad categories that can significantly enhance the value. Include the original crisp condition box, instructions, and tools, and the value goes up more, especially for high condition early guns. On the other hand, rust, pitting (even very minor), re-bluing, or other non-factory modifications will significantly reduce the values from those listed in the Very Good category or better.

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COLT CUSTOM SHOP

Colt Custom Shop offers various customizing, upgrading and engraving services on current catalog models For information, contact Colt at www.colt.com or 800-962-2658. Shown here is a sampling of previously customized models.

COLT’S MANUFACTURING COMPANY 2nd GENERATION PERCUSSION REVOLVERS

From 1971 to 1982 Colt produced a line of reproduction percussion revolvers based on the original 19th century models. Generally the appearance and configuration of a reproduction will be similar to the original — refer to photos in the Colt Percussion Revolver section. Parts were manufactured in both Italy and America and during this time were assembled by Colt in the U.S. These are called 2nd Generation Colts. Colt continued to produce limited edition revolvers from 2nd Generation parts through the early 1990s. See section on Colt Commemoratives above for comments on values of commemorative and limited edition Colt 2nd & 3rd generation revolvers.

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Colt Mustang
Place of originUnited States
Production history
DesignerHank Tatro[citation needed]
ManufacturerColt's Manufacturing Company
Produced1983–1996, 2011–
Specifications
Mass12.5 oz (350 g)
Length5.5 in (140 mm)[1]
Barrel length2.75 in (70 mm)[1]
Caliber.380 ACP[1]
Rate of fire123 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity900 feet per second
Effective firing range123 m (135 yd)
Feed system5 or 6 round box magazine
SightsIron sights
References

The Colt Mustang Vim cheat sheet pdf for mac. is a line of two lightweight, single-action pocket pistols chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge, produced by Colt's Manufacturing Company. The firearm line was produced from 1983 to 1996 as the Colt Mustang and from 2011 to present the Mustang was reintroduced along with an alloy frame model and an updated polymer frame version, the Colt Mustang XSP.[2][3]

Brief history[edit]

In 1983, Colt introduced the Colt Mark IV/ Series 80 Government Model -.380 Auto. This pocket pistol was similar in appearance, but not design, to the Colt M1911. The Government Model .380's obvious aesthetic difference being that it is scaled down to roughly 78 percent to that of a full-sized M1911 Government Model. From the factory the .380 Government Model came with a capacity of 7+1.In 1986, Colt introduced a simplified version of their .380 with a shortened barrel, slide, and gripframe, holding two fewer rounds and sold it as the Mustang.In 1987, the Pocket Light version was introduced boosting the popularity because of the reduced weight of the weapon.In 1988, the Mustang Plus II was introduced and it had the longer gripframe of the original Government Model. The Mustang Plus II derived its name from holding 2 more rounds in its magazine than the original Mustang. In a number of years, Colt changed their spring and follower in the Mustang magazine, increasing its capacity to 6.In 1993, the Night Light .380 was introduced with Bar Dot Tritium night sights. In 1996, Colt added a blued steel frame or stainless version.[4] In 2011, Colt reintroduced the previously discontinued Mustang Pocketlite, along with the Colt Mustang XSP in 2013, a polymer frame version with updated design.[2][3]

Colt Mustang Pocket Lite disassembled

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References[edit]

  1. ^ abchttps://www.colt.com/detail-page/clt-mustng-pcktlite-380-pst-ss
  2. ^ ab'The Return of the Colt Mustang PocketLite 380 Semi-Auto Pocket Pistol'. gunblast.com. Retrieved 2020-08-24.
  3. ^ ab'Colt's Manufacturing LLC'. www.colt.com. Retrieved 2020-08-24.
  4. ^http://www.coltsmfg.com/Catalog/ColtPistols/Colt380Mustang%C2%AEPocketlite.aspx (archived version)

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