JC545X39: I love that European style mag release for pocket guns. I wish Colt would
make something like this again. I would buy it.
whitesites: Why does Colt Not make these anymore? Its a good looking gun.
NoctuámKnight: so short, yet so amazing
Georgia Dog man: Nice
veritasfiles: That's a great little gun, and I'm really glad you're gonna hold on to it.
Something to pass on to your daughter. Great stuff. Thanks for sharing that
with us Steve. Take care!
hoodstarx1: i noticed that the barrel looked weird aound the muzzle is that some sort
Adrianne Hulvey: Reviewed a few vids on this weapon but yours was most accurate on
disassemble and reassemble. Thank you!
MegaBeerwolf: Wear eyes and ears whenever shooting firearms. No exceptions.
BroPaul: No jams! -- Fantastic! Thanks for sharing Steve!
michael hector: @gagwee i shot a 44magnum with no war protection so y do you need it at all?
Harry Ruger-Six: It looked like you did the disassembly with the hammer roostered as your
firing pin spring was all bound up and flew off the back of the receiver. I
have one of these and did the same thing a few times before I found out you
are suppose to take it down with the hammer in the un-roostered position which
means of course pulling the trigger... after making sure the gun is
unloaded. Your firing pin spring assembly will then slide of with the
receiver with ease! Great Vid!
jcarloz1252: I know a pasen shop that is selling this gun for 250 but no magazine
alfonsocitynj: cainkane ill buy it email@example.com drop me a line
Fredy Estevez: tks good video
RunsWitGuns: that is awesome
keskinler3455: Oh yeah
gunsnwater: @747pro come on 68 for brady??? you are an idiot. brady was shot blocking
reagan from the chump who shot them both. brady was a huge gun collector
but had to go along with his wife to the dark side or else she wouldnt wipe
his butt or feed him. and that was the 80s gca68 was in response to jfk
bobby and king and gca33 was thanks to bootleg gangsters in the 20s and the
tommy guns they like to spray around.
Zac Miller: That's a nice piece. I have one with a July 31, 1917 patent date at the end
of the list with a 292xxx serial #.
unbrkblctzn: Nice little pistol. Could really hear the trigger reset on your first round!
Fjs8854: I can pick up my 1880's Smith and Wesson and fire it no problem, would have
no doubt on it to put my life on it.
TheRiggenbach: @hoodstarx1 no it's just fluted. kinda like some rifles
CPHannigan: Not for this gun. You'd need to be dressed in a nice pinstriped suit, clean
cut, and look real classy for this gun's era.
JohnFGoforth: I guess a lot of people don't understand that when you have a 2 inch barrel
it's a lot louder. Like a 22 Short is fairly quiet when you shoot it from a
rifle, but put it in a pocket pistol, and it's a different story.
505ROLLIN: No serial numbers means it was used to put in work
mafiafreak101: those thing are so laud dude there is no way you could shoot that with out
Ron Carpenter: About 5 years ago when i became interested in shooting, striker fired guns
were the newest and hottest guns on the market. As I watched the breakdown
of the vestpocket 25, it was amazing how much the fire control system
looked like a new "striker" gun. Even more amazing is John Browning thought
these ideas up for the first time in his imagination, drew them on paper,
then went to the machine shop. Today, every semi auto I've seen is an
improved Browning design, if you can improve perfection.
Draigan Wheeler: [X] Told [ ] Not Told
OMie Ginah: SARSILMAZ ****
isamtator: I wear ear protection for every caliber, except the .22 short rifle, it
hardly makes any sound at all.
sirchewtrain: Yay range and table top review.... Gj bro!!!!
Fly'inbrian: I hope it wast cleaned with a wire brush.
Migs4000: The .25 automatic is surprisingly loud for it's small size. Everyone yells
at me when I pop mine off and don't tell them to put on their hearing
Drezin86: Cleaning? Isn't that a big no-no?
John Buynone: I have one exactly like it. It used to belong to my step grandmoth and she
didn't take care of it. To get it in firing condition took a lot of work.
Her son my stepdad died and now I have it. I'm thinking of selling it.
George Flowers: dat date on the gun jan 25 is my bday
RouletteTactical: Great video! Thumbs up for wearing Ear protection.
do0d42: i like how you decided to say that you don't use ear protection for a
freakin .22 LR like its so loud, listen if the man wants to protect his
hearing thats his decision, and who are you to call his choice ridiculous.
Maybe you should think before you decide to call someone out on THEIR
richardnoseknows: pants, for a .25 outside? i shot a taurus .500 s&w outside and didn't need
any pants so why do you?
deairrius mcclain: is it powerful? y u was shoothing paper u could have shot bottels of water
it would have been cool on vid
Tim Huffman: Your video was fantastic and so very informative! Thank you so much!
Ryder Westcoast: thats beautiful
MrRashBone: Nice piece. I have an Astra 200 "Firecat" that I got from my Grandad so I
can kind of relate. Nice piece of history.
bigrob911: Thanks for sharing this pistol. I know it means alot to you( I know my
grandfathers old guns mean the world to me. they will always have a place
in my safe.)
forddipper: automatic colt pistol
bartlatimer: Cool video. I have my Grandfather's that was made in the same year as your
gun... 1919. Our guns are fairly close to each other in serial number. I
have never shot mine, as I think I need a new spring for the pin.
biguy525: Very very nice
jcarloz1252: Pawn shop*
lilblueguy: Telling by the serial number yours was made in 1919.
danusmcgator: i have one that has all the stuff in belgian or something, and has no
serial number, does that make it more rare or valuble?
New addition to SAR Family: The Colt 1908 Hammerless .25 Caliber4.8
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