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38 Colt - Ammo

tajjntajjn Member Posts: 1,046 ✭✭✭
edited May 2014 in Ask the Experts
One of my neighbors has a Colt Commander that he got from his dad, the barrel is marked "Colt 38". From the serial number the gun appears to have been made in 1930. Is it safe to shoot 38 special ammo in the gun, and is that what it was made to shoot?

I should have added its a revolver

Sorry guys I really screwed up the description on this gun. It is a 1930 Officers Model and reads on the barrel Colt D.A. 38

Thanks for any information


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