drbones2nd Posted June 1, 2004 Report Share Posted June 1, 2004 I found a Colt 21a serial number 41 in a guys collection that in the near future is wanting to sell. I personally viewed the gun and the only thing that is original Colt is the upper and barrel assembly. The rest of the gun is put together from WW2 1928 Thompson parts including the lower reciever. The wood may be original wood but I was not positive. When I looked through Tracy Hills book this gun was the very first commercial gun released from production. Its unfortunate that only the upper and barrel assembly are original but maybe someone out there has the original serial number 41 lower. Other than that, the upper is in great shape and I would rate it an easy 90%. It has the original finish on it as well. Again, he has not decided to sell it yet but might in the very near future. So, I would be brokering this for him. The gun was registered during the amnesty and is currently on a form four. Email me with your ideas on approximate value. Thank you, J.D. Midland Arms Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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