Looking to sell two pistols that I don't shoot any more and really have no use for.
First up is a Type III (I believe 1918 mfg) Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless in .32 ACP, with the original Colt black hard grips, and 4 3/4 boxes of .32 ACP ammunition.
The gun is in good mechanical shape, and fires well. The bluing is worn and shows patina, as one would expect from a gun of this age. I would be more than happy to take more detailed, better quality photos of any part of the gun you might like
With the ammo, I would like to get $500 local to the Williamsport area; I am willing to travel to Bloomsburg or an equal distance in another direction to meet a buyer. I would also be willing to ship at the buyer's expense.
Next up is an Iver Johnson/Uberti Cattleman chambered in .44 Magnum with a 5 1/2" barrel. The gun is again in excellent mechanical shape, with bluing wear (especially on the ejector rod housing, from holster use). I have not put very many rounds through the pistol, but it has been carried in the included Galco holster quite a bit. The hard case pictured is also included.
I would like $350 local to the Williamsport area, same travel/shipping accommodations as for the Colt.