Colt "M" Pocket Model, Hammerless
Calibers 32 & 380 ACP, models 1903 & 1908
The drawings listed below are scanned off existing
factory catalogs, or existing books
These Illustrated parts Drawings are shown only to help you identify needed parts, they ARE NOT parts that are made or supplied by the host of this website
Most of these illustrations will be from factory catalogs, however some are taken from Frank de Haas's Single Shot Rifle book & are for identification only, & ARE NOT factory part numbers unless identified as such. This is important as about all obsolete parts suppliers use ONLY factory or closely associated numbers where ever possible so everyone is on the same page.
Note, for some of the older firearms, many over 100 years old, the factories never used what we now know as assembly drawings, but just views of many of the component parts & possibly randomly placed
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identification purposes only.
The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts.
Above parts illustration taken from original an Colt parts list.
|2||Barrel (Specify Caliber)||24||Ejector|
|3||Slide (Specify Caliber)||25||Ejector Pin|
|4||Firing Pin, Front||26||Recoil Spring|
|4a||Firing Pin, Rear||27-1||Recoil Spring Guide, complete ,Type 1|
|5||Firing Pin Spring||27-2||Recoil Spring Guide, complete, Type 2|
|6||Rear Sight||27-3||Recoil Spring Guide, complete, Type 3|
|7||Firing Pin Lock Pin||28||Automatic Grip Safety|
|8-1||Shell Extractor, early 32 cal, (single thickness)||29||Automatic Safety Pin|
|8-2||Shell Extractor, late 32 & 380, (wider at hook)||30||Magazine Latch|
|9||Shell Extractor Spring||31||Magazine Complete|
|10||Shell Extractor Pin||32||Magazine Follower|
|13||Slide Lock Safety||34||Stocks|
|14||Hammer Roll||35||Stock Screw|
|15||Hammer Roll Pin||36||Safety Disconnector|
|16||Trigger||37||Safety Disconnector Plunger|
|17||Sear||38||Safety Disconnector Plunger Spring|
|18||Safety||39||Safety Disconnector, Complete|
|19||Sear & Safety Pin||40||Escutcheons, (set)|
|20||Sear, Safety & Trigger Spring||41||Front Sight|
These guns were made essentially in 4 different versions, the
early 32 caliber type 1, had a 4" barrel, barrel bushing, with no magazine
disconnector up to s/n 71,999. The type 2, 32 caliber used the
barrel bushing but had a 3 3/4" barrel & made from 1908-1910 with s/n
from 72,000 -105,051.
Type 3, 32 caliber had no barrel bushing & 3 3/4" barrel made from 1910-1926 with s/n from 1056,051 - 468,096. Type 4 32 calibers were the same as the type 3 but ad a magazine disconnector with s/n 468,097 - 572,214.
The 380 caliber guns came into being in 1908 to 1940. Type 2, 380 had 3 3/4" barrels with barrel bushing were made from 1908-1910 with s/n 1-6,251. Type 3, 380 had no barrel bushing & made from 1910-1926 with s/n from 6,252 - 92,893. Type 4, 380 have a magazine disconnector, with s/n 92,894 - 134,499.
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