I have a pretty well-worn 1932 'Argy' Colt Commercial that went south to Buenos Aires in the second shipment of guns to the Capital Police. 'Policia de la Capital' It has the B.A. police property number stamped on the hood of the barrel and on the slide just forward of the hood. The serial number dates my gun to very late 1932 production. I've been curious as to where these guns stand from a collectors viewpoint. As it came to me some years ago out of an estate sale, the gun had all its original parts except for two: the grips and the beat-up non-Colt magazine, which proved to be hit-n-miss at the range. With a Colt 7-rd factory mag, or any of my Wilson or CMC 7- or 8-rd mags, the Argy Commercial ran perfectly. Surprisingly it was also reasonably accurate with ball ammo even though the bore has small spots of pitting here and there. It took me a few mags to get used to the small-ish Old School iron sights. These days it serves as a reload tester and general range plinker. All I shoot through it now are 230gn coated hard-cast reloads over Unique (loaded to slightly less than the standard 'Mil ball' load). What's the current collector market for these Colts? I've seen references to the 'Hartford contract' Argentine Colts, but there doesn't appear to be much else out there on these guns. Thanks.