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Looking at trading my Glock 30 for a really nice chromed out Colt .45
The finish is emaculate.
Left side of the slide "Combat Commander COLT Automatic caliber .45" w/ Colt pony logo
The firing pin has no safety
Frame on right side has Pachmayr etched on it, just below the serial number. As well as the wrap around rubber grips.
Bomar adjustable rear sight
Checkering on the front of the trigger guard
Grooves running the length of the top of the slide; between the front & rear sights
(For lack of the correct terminology) Horizontal scoring on the rear of the slide. On both sides of the hammer.

The current owner doesn't have documentation on the work done. He bought it as I described it w/no paper work.

Does anyone have any idea if Pachmayr marketed such a gun ?
Fair Market Value ?

Piss poor attempt @ pics
http://home.bellsouth.net/p/s/community.dll?ep=16&groupid=291639&ck=

Thanks for looking
 

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It sure looks like a Pachmayr Combat Special, with the BoMar rear, the custom slide stop, and the red ramp front sight. The "scoring" is serrations and it was also done on the Pachmayr Combat Specials. The thumb safety looks like a Wilson (inspired by the Swenson original) part.

If it is a Pachmayr Combat Special, it is worth at least three or four Glock 30 pistols. Even if it is not and the work is done right, I would not hesitate to make the trade.
 
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