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    Colt spur trigger revolvers

    Spur trigger Colt's are rarely talked about or shown here. I'd like to see what members have in their collections. I only have this one open top .22 in very rough condition. I'd like to get a New Line eventually if I can find one at the right price. Preferably a centre fire version.




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    It may be "very rough" in your opinion, sir, but I like it. Especially the engraving. Thanks for the photo .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortibus55 View Post
    It may be "very rough" in your opinion, sir, but I like it. Especially the engraving. Thanks for the photo .
    Yeah I'm pretty sure it got retired probably back in the 1930s and was given to the kids as a "toy". It's really too bad as the engraving is quite nice. But its the loosest revolver I own. Weak mainspring that is probably a replacement and a loose arbor because I believe I see a small crack in the brass frame. If it was more solid I'd probably letter it to see if it was actually factory engraved.
    Some people have said yes they think it was, and some people have said no because they have never seen the cylinder treatment this one has.

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    twaits; Your engraving may be S,H & Graham as they tend to use flowers and leaves in their engraving..
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    I have been on the hunt a while for a longet barrel new police. Still looking - that's my favorite of the spur triggers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibre 38 View Post
    twaits; Your engraving may be S,H & Graham as they tend to use flowers and leaves in their engraving..
    You have seen these before, but I'm bored this afternoon..................Jim

    I love this one! I assume it's been cut and not originally that long? Its kind of strange that someone would do that to an already tiny gun, but it does look really good that way. I suppose the end of the barrel could also have been damaged in some way so the damaged part was cut off.
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    A quick look at the safe produced these Colt spur triggers.
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    All three are factory (1).jpgAll three are factory (2).jpg
    chad45: All factory jewels from the time
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    Here is the latest addition. Ejector model....................Jim

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    Open top .22 from 1874.
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