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    Serialization/ Date of Manufacture - NRA Museums

    I came across this site and found it to have some interesting information regarding the caliper breakdown for 1st gen SAA's along with serial number runs per year for the SAA and the 1911 through 1976. I have no clue how accurate the information is.

    Anyone want to speculate what the 1 of 1 .32 rimfire SAA would be worth?

    Serialization/ Date of Manufacture - NRA Museums

    http://www.nramuseum.org/media/940941/serialization-date%20of%20manufacture.pdf
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    Well isn't that quite handy - thanks for posting!
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    Thanks...!!


    Colt's Firearm Serialization Listing starts on page #7 of 47 of the pdf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCByers View Post
    Anyone want to speculate what the 1 of 1 .32 rimfire SAA would be worth?
    Unfortunately the museum has at least one historic arm that has been proven to be a fake. I'd like to think the .32 rimfire is genuine but.....

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    If I am not mistaken, those pages are right out of the Blue Book of Gun Values.

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