2 years ago #1

I have a colt .22 peacemaker with a p inside a triangle and a k in the side of the bolt they are stamped on it what do they mean? Looks like the one in the pic and has the same patent numbers and same condition...

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2 years ago #2
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That is probably a "VP" inside the triangle which means "verified proof" and was stamped when the revolver passed the firing test at the factory. The "K" is an inspector's stamp.

2 years ago #3
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Thanks I seen I put a k when it's a Z sorry and thanks for letting me know what they mean.

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