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Looks like a "Mustang" from what I can see in this photo.

What do you want to know? I'd appreciate a few more photos.

A most excellent little pocket gun, a bit heavy by today's standards. The one I had was good for bunny heads at 30'..... They made an alloy "Mustang II" but I've never shot one of those.
 

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looks to me like a colt mustang. bad a$$ little gun and quite collectible. here is some info i found on them.

http://www.sightm1911.com/lib/review/mustang.htm

http://www.guncollectorsclub.com/colt_mustang.htm

p.s. Sig Sauer has a new pistol out (sig P238) that is a colt mustang remake. great solid gun, so if you're looking to get a new one, the sig will be a great option and its about $300-400 cheaper than a mustang in great condition.

http://www.sigsauer.com/Products/ShowCatalogProductDetails.aspx?categoryid=67&productid=266


if you've got any other questions on the sig PM me
 

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When I get it back from dad i will shoot a few more pics. He was holding all my guns while I lived there after the Katrina flood. Has that and ruger bear cat.
 

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Cool and pricey. Colt brought them out 15 years too soon, as CHL weren't catching on back then.

They're mostly safe-queens, as they can command $700 now. Twice the original retail price.
 

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I have one and I can tell you that is one of the best carry guns that you can buy. The others posted are right, they are a tad heavy for their size but they do make a pocketlite version of these along with the govt .380 (used to own also but got rid of it). These are considerably lighter.
 
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