I don't think so...not a 1928 model! MAYBE a 1970s but NOT a 1928!mr1911 said:I'm not a fan of Seecamp, but I have to disagree that this ruined the value of the gun, the work is top notch, and in excellent condition, it is a collectable historic modified gun, and very rare, it may be more valuable in some circles than if it were bone stock.
My opinion,...very collectable.
Interesting gun but I'm not sure it is what the seller identified it as. Colt introduced the .38 Super in 1929, not 28. The markings on the slide look like those on guns from a couple of decades later, I'm not sure without looking it up some, but it may be a later slide on an earlier frame. The sights are not original of course.I don't think so...not a 1928 model! MAYBE a 1970s but NOT a 1928!