In 1984, the firm Colt got back to the small
calibre handguns in .380 ACP, initiated in 1903-08 with the "Hammerless" model.
This new range started with a "Government" model then a "Mustang" in
1986, to end in 1988 with the "Mustang Plus II" pictured here. The three models
varying in the barrel or handle length. These handguns benefited of a locked breech
mechanism, which is quite rare for such a calibre. The price is therefore more important
than other pistols with the same characteristics. But the advantage of the locked breech
is notable when firing. To get more information, refer to our book.