value depends on overall condition. if your colt is a police positive special, made about 1921
Most say 38 special on the barrel
ABOUT $150, depending on condition.
The caliber of a firearm refers to the bore diameter of the barrel,and what caliber is marked near the chamber of the gun,or on the barrel.
Made around 1971. Value is decided by condition,markings,and history of the gun.
Can't be answered with any degree of accuracy without a detailed description of all markings, features, condition, finish, box, caliber, barrel length, etc..
They are two very different cases, minimally the barrel and breaches are different.
You will have to provide a caliber, type of action and barrel length along with overall condition.
what is condition of grips, bore, and metal. what is the barrel length..what is the caliber?? Serial #. all these things have to do with value...................
$100 to $250 depinding on the condition..
if the barrel is nickel steel 1900-2500 bucks