COLT CAMP PERRY. COLT CAMP PERRY TARGET PISTOL, 10 INCH BARREL BASED ON A HEAVILY MODIFIED "E" FRAME . In 1926 Colt introduced a special one-of-a-kind target pistol based on the Colt Officer's Model Target revolver. The Camp Perry was a double action frame fitted with a single shot flat block and barrel unit in place of the cylinder.
Colt Camp Perry 8” in the Box as New with lots of extras for sale online.
Colt Camp Perry Model, Cal. .22 LR, 8 Inch Barrel, A Rare and Unique Colt Description: The Colt Camp Perry was made from 1926 to 1941, with 2,488 mauufactured. These single shot pistols were built on a modified Officers Model frame to accept a flat single shot chamber, were fited with either a 8 (less common) or 10 inch barrel, adjustable front ...
8/21/2018 · The Camp Perry Model was Colt’s top-end target pistol between the world wars. Based on the same frame and grip as the Officer’s Model revolver, it was designed to look like a revolver while ...
10/29/2014 · A quick look at the Colt Camp Perry, target revolver designed for competitions. This gun is extremely accurate and a true collector piece. Marstar.ca.
The Colt Camp Perry was a target pistol originally manufactured Colt in the period between WWI and WWII. The Camp Perry was named for the legendary National Matches venue, and was based on the Officer's Model .22 caliber revolver. The Camp Perry was only offered in .22 Long Rifle.
The Colt Camp Perry was a target pistol originally manufactured between the World Wars by Colt. The Camp Perry was named for the Camp Perry shooting range in Ohio, US, and was based on the Officer's Model.22 calibre revolver. Colt began advertising the Camp Perry in 1920, although production did...
Description: Colt Camp Perry singe action revolver chambered in .22 LR. This is a special competition gun Colt built from 1926-1941. Designed for slow fire competitions and built for superb accuracy, the Camp Perry guns were infamous among target shooters of the day.
This Colt Camp Perry has the 8" barrel, looks very nice but clearly was reblued some time ago. The Colt logo was polished off. I do see some traces of pitting but overall the gun looks very nice.
1939 Colt Camp Perry with a rare 8'' barrel. The 8'' barrel CP was introduced late in production and they also has an improved shorter action. They are rare as they only account for about 15% of the total production. This is a collector grade gun. The finish still retains all of it's deep dark shine throughout.
The Colt Camp Perry Single-shot Target Revolver was made in both 10" barrel and 8" barrel versions. Apparently 2,486 of the 10" were made from 1926 to 1941 and just 440 of the 8" from 1938 to 1941.
While inspecting another pistol today I cam across a Colt Camp Perry 8" 22lr , condition is about 80% ,great wood, slight bluing wear at muzzle, no stamp mark " Camp Perry" three digit serial number.
The Colt Camp Perry had either an 8 or 10 inch barrel, it was chambered in .22, is single action only, and weirdly (for Colt) has a coil spring instead of a v-spring. This is my favorite .22 handgun of all time, and is historically significant as a vintage target handgun designed for the most elite shooters!