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    What's your latest Colt Revolver?

    Like to try a new thread specifically for posting your new acquisitions. You can show your recent acquired Colt revolvers, receive comments and questions. Hope it works.
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    Colt Single Action chambered in 45 Colt that was shipped to Walter Tips in Austin, Texas in 1896.



    I'm currently trying to add another, but earlier, Texas shipped Colt to the stable.

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    Colt Bisley Flattop Target 38WCF shipped March 1898 to Colts in San Francisco. The topstrap is lightly engraved " G A Searls Miles City".
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    Got a new camera -- now, if I could only get some photograhy skills!

    Top -- Army Special (1916) with later (1950's?) OP barrel
    Bottom -- Police Positive Special (1976)
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    My latest - traded another member for it (thanks Cam!) - New Service with a 4 1/2 inch barrel in 38 wcf to match my Rem slide-action carbine in the same caliber.

    I also posted this in the New Service photos thread so if you've seen it before I apologize.

    John

    It ain't like it used to be, but it'll do.

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    My latest - traded another member for it (thanks Cam!) - New Service with a 4 1/2 inch barrel in 38 wcf to match my Rem slide-action carbine in the same caliber.
    That's a beauty!

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    Here is another Bisley. Shipped in 06 to Bonebrake Hardware and Implement Co., El Reno Oklahoma Territory. Boy I wish these could talk!
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    Mine is a 1947 Official Police.







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    Hopefully my latest Colt will be one I'll find at the Denver show this coming weekend!

    UPDATE:

    Well, the Denver show was good for me and I bought this Colt Single Action chambered in 41 Colt. It has a mint bore and examining the chambers with a high intensity light I only see 2 that look like they’ve been fired. There’s barely a nick on the firing pin, no marks on the recoil shield, and only a faint turn ring on the cylinder. It is truly almost unused. It was probably stored without a coating of oil, so the Case Colors have faded on the exposed flat surfaces, but the recessed and protected areas are heavy and bright. It was shipped to Simmons Hardware in St. Louis, MO on October 23, 1901 in the configuration pictured.



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    Thumbs up Colt Detective Special, mfg. 1956, nickle finish




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