So I went on a gun buying spree and need to offload again to refill my gun buying funds. No trades right now please... 1. 1903 Colt Pocket Hammerless. This is a well worn pistol made in 1905. It looks like it got set on wet carpet or something and the slide is well pitted. The frame is pretty good. The barrel has some pitting, but has solid rifling. It shoots straight. It has Ajax ivory/polymer grips and a spray on black finish. I has aspirations to restore this one with a new slide (as the frame is in good shape), but never got to it. It comes with three unmarked mags (all function) and 25 rounds of ammo. $300 FTF. 2. Smith and Wesson Model 17-4. Harder to find 8 3/8" barrel. No box and paperwork. The grips are decent, S&W wood grips, but are not original to the gun. Thats the bad part. The good part is that there is no wear to speak of on the gun other than a turn line on the cylinder and the standard drag marks on the sides of the hammer (where it contacts the sideplate/frame). Its timing is perfect and everything locks up nicely. I'm not the best photographer, so any wear you're seeing is more than likely the result of my crappy camera skills. $625 FTF.