Discussion in 'Non-XD Handguns' started by DoctaD, Jun 11, 2009.
Can anyone help me ID this little pistol?
Just a wild guess but I can make CVA out of that grip. I believe that is conneticut valley arms maybe Just a guess though
Looks like 1918 Bronco. I know its Spanish because the makers mark on the grip is from Echave y Arizmendi in Eibar. I think all Broncos came only in .32 though, this one looks like a .25 or a .22..
This is the Bronco...
CVA never made centerfire pistols 70-100 years ago.
It looks a LOT like a Colt 1908. Can you get pictures of the other side? But that's not what it is. But it's from that era.
Do you know the caliber?
Thanks, that helps alot. It is not exactly the same pistol you picture - note the grip safety, but that is the SAME logo on the grips. I believe mine is .25 cal.
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