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I have brushed nickle colt pony DAO that I purchased years ago for my wife. Finally got her to the range and she didn't like it at all.
There was no recoil at all but the trigger pull was crazy long. All I could think of when shooting it was " will this thing ever fire? Both of them she loved and they are much more accurate.
Now I want to sell it and get her something else. I don't want to be a fool and be taken advantage of by a local shop. I just don't have any idea of it's value. I am shocked at some of the prices I see on the web for it. Could this be? It has 18 rounds thru it. Thanks for any help anyone may give. Unless it is the Pony Pocketlite Lightweight, then it is aluminum and stainless. Hope this helps. The Pocketlite version is a stainless slide on a alloy frame. There were no nickle plated Pony pistols that I know of.
The trigger on the Pony is a pain in the ass. And there is nothing that can be done to improve it enough for a woman with weak hands. The Pony uses a pig tail trigger spring held in place by the grip panel. No known company makes a spring for it.
A polish job helps As for Blue Book pricing A Colt Pony is worth whatever people are willing to pay. A gun shop will give you used Blue Book price. It will bring every penny I'm sure. You have a rather rare gun, only made for a few years - Dont give it away!
Re: Colt Pony value Wow, That's good info. As you said, she had difficulty finnishing the trigger pull. I really appreciate you guys giving your advice. This does seem like the place to get helpful info from friendly folks. Re: Colt Pony value. Originally Posted by James Luning. Wow, That's good info. Re: Colt Pony value Buckmark is right on the money - take his advice. Bye for a while, guard the fort. If you have a Colt Pony it is all stainless.
People are always amazed at how little felt recoil there is compared to every other. Even the rather hefty Sig is snappy compared to the Pocketlite blowback vs locked breech. Despite this, I have two buddies scouring the shows and shops for ones in excellent shape.
Re: Colt Pony value I agree with the other posters about how much they will sell for. I was just giving what the BBGV says about it. Any gun that was a limited production will almost always fetch more than that "book" value. Also the market comes into play. The more desirable the gun the more it will sell for. If I were to be selling I would look at the auction sites and see what the going price seems to be and then list accordingly.
They will never give you what the current rate is. They will try to buy it for as little as possible and so shops may try to convince you that it is worth less because of blah, blah, blah, just to try to get it cheap.
They know what it's going to sell for so sell it yourself, you'll be better off. They're sleeper guns. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page:. New Pony in the safe By 1blindref in forum General. Value for Colt Kodiak and Colt Grizzly. By Eugene Williams in forum General. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT The time now is PM. All rights reserved.
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I still remember as a kid staring at the Colt catalog for hours and hours. What seemed really neat to me as well was the brand new Colt. However, by the time I was old enough to actually buy a handgun I couldn't be bothered with something as puny as a. I was a man, and men didn't carry. A couple of decades later I came to the shocking realization that small guns actually did have their uses. I have had such bad luck buying used guns, however, that I never gave a thought to the Colt Mustang, as Colt wasn't making them anymore.
Pretty Little Pony: Colt Mustang Pocketlite Review
The Colt Mustang is a line of two lightweight, single-action pocket pistols chambered for the. The firearm line was produced from to as the Colt Mustang and from to present the Mustang was reintroduced along with an alloy frame model and an updated polymer frame version, the Colt Mustang XSP. This pocket pistol was similar in appearance, but not design, to the Colt M The Government Model. From the factory the.