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    Colt Single Action Army - All blued (1977 vintage)





















    Last edited by Vanguard.45; 03-14-2020 at 03:24 PM.

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    Cool pics and more power to you if you have and wear that .45 in a rig similar to those boots.
    The case is nice also , but your post is all about your Colt !
    i like it , and you seem proud to own - as you should .
    thanks for sharing , and enjoy it ,whatever way you see best .
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    COLT TO THE CORE

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    Thanks for the kind words!

    Don't think she's ever been fired, but that may soon change!

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    It reminds me of "Shane's" Colt .45. Not from the movie but from the original book.
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    Agreed on the Shane pistol!

    When I bought it, I was more thinking about Paladin from "Have Gun, WIll Travel," but I believe his may have been a CCH frome. Not sure, but his all black outfit seems to go with the gun!
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    According to my serial number book, 95700SA would have been made in 1977.
    My "go to" book for SAA serial numbers is Don Wilkerson's "Colt Single Action Army Revolvers - Quick Reference Guide 1897-1999". Mr. Wilkerson further states that 1977 was the first year for Full Blue revolvers, of which yours is one.
    Very nice!
    - Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckspen View Post
    According to my serial number book, 95700SA would have been made in 1977.
    My "go to" book for SAA serial numbers is Don Wilkerson's "Colt Single Action Army Revolvers - Quick Reference Guide 1897-1999". Mr. Wilkerson further states that 1977 was the first year for Full Blue revolvers, of which yours is one.
    Very nice!
    - Bruce
    That could very well be the case. I was simply going by the "Colt Serial Number Lookup" on their site. When I put in the serial number, it indicates a 1993 Colt Single Action Army. Not sure what I should believe. Thanks for the information.

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    Go with Buckspen!!

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    Go with Don Wilkerson! I have all of his books and refer to them a lot. We lost a great researcher and Colt friend when he passed.

    - - Bruce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckspen View Post
    Go with Don Wilkerson! I have all of his books and refer to them a lot. We lost a great researcher and Colt friend when he passed.

    - - Bruce
    I will gladly take your (and Don Wilkerson's) word for it! Do you guys often find the Colt website Serial Number Lookup to provide inaccurate information? Again, I believe you, but am curious if there has been a great deal of discrepancy reported previously?


 
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