Picked this little Colt Pocket Positive from another forum. It is from 1902 and is 3 1/2" barrel. It is 32 Colt which I understand will not take 32 S&W long or short. Gun did come in custom non-Colt wood box. It was extremely dirty but cleaned up as barrel is spotless and cylinders are shiny. Locks up extremely tight with no movement and very smooth trigger in DA and SA. Has some character on the finish but it is 117. Came with a pair of Ivory Grips and the original grips. The grips are ivory but do have some darker spots. Tested with UV light (bright white) and under magnification can see grains in the ivory. There is a Colt medallion in the box and a paper that states the medallion came with th gun with ivory grips. However, the Ivory grips do not have a Colt trademark button. The Colt trademark is a Large C with the Stallion inside it (I have not seen one like this before so any information here would be appreciated. What I have read tells me the 32 Colt has a "heeled" base and the case is a few thousandths smaller in diameter than the S&W 32 Long or Short. And the Colt 32 is more a "medium" and not as long as the S&W long. This is the oldest Colt I have had and am still investigating some of the items mentioned above. Looking now for the correct ammo as would like to shoot it.