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    Colt Frontier Scout '62 .22 cal

    Hi everyone. Long time lurker, but just joined today. I have been collecting smith revolvers, please forgive me, because I couldn't afford the nice colts I wanted. I am hoping my luck has changed since recently I got a nice old colt trooper and this week I come across a very nice looking frontier scout. Anyway long story short I was hoping to get some help on this single action scout. The story of the guy I got it from was his dad bought it new and recently passed away. He hates guns, so he and his sisters was selling all his dads guns. The frontier come with pearl handles that are cracked so I ordered these repro deer stag grips off ebay a few days ago. Any help on age etc would be greatly appreciated.

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    top of barrel-Colt's PT FA MFG. CO. Hartford CT U.S.A.
    side-Frontier Scout '62 .22 cal


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    welcome to the Forum. many experts on here. Buckspen is the forum member that is one of the names that always comes up to the top of the barrel.
    congratulations on your Colt Scout.

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    Your Frontier Scout '62 was made about 1967. The ".22 CAL" marking on the barrel indicates that it can be used with the .22 LR cylinder and a .22 Magnum cylinder. The bore was designed to safely shoot both cartridges. The frame and grip frame are a zinc alloy and are quite heavy. The cylinder, barrel and other parts are made of steel, of course. The blueing on these revolvers was very fine. Colt called the finish "Midnight Blue".
    Nice little gun. You will enjoy owning it.

    - - Buckspen

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    Thanks Buckspen. I appreciate the help. The only 22 revolver I had was a heritage and I couldnt turn this one down for 200.00. the grips was 30 more so I feel like I did very well. I cant wait to shoot her. Thanks again for the information.

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    Very,very nice little Scout and steal at the price you paid. I paid twice that for mine, it is near mint and made in 1962. Mine is .22 Mag only.

    Cannot tell what exact condition of yours from the small pics but it looks very good. Enjoy it and have fun.

    I definitley could not say no to 200.00 if asked.

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    Its in very good condition. Only issue is scuff on left side behind cylinder where it looks to have fell at one point. Action feels so sweet. Like I said I can't wait to shoot it this coming weekend.

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    Welcome to the forum - nice Scout.
    Living a dream.
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    wondering if anyone knows of someone or has a .22 MAG cylinder for a "G" frame NFS, that they would be willing to part with?

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    You got it for less than 1/2 of the current going price. These sa 22s are some of the most fun revolves to shoot. The 22 mag cylinder makes it even better . You will really enjoy this revolver.

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    Congrats on the nice find.
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