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    I agree! There’s no Colt Factory Letter with a...

    I agree! There’s no Colt Factory Letter with a revolver like that? How do we know the finish is original? Would you buy a collector car with no title?
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    Good deal... if the numbers all match and it...

    Good deal... if the numbers all match and it letters
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    That’s not the caliber, that’s the gun. I had the...

    That’s not the caliber, that’s the gun. I had the same problem with a new 3rd .44 special. The main spring was way to strong.
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    That would be a better gauge. The .45 got a five...

    That would be a better gauge. The .45 got a five year head start.
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    .45 Colt vs .44WCF

    After reading the Mill Creek Colorado post , it got me to thinking. Are there any stats on civilian preferences .45 Colt vs .44WCF used in the SSA back in the late 1800’s ?
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    I so lucky...Joe Perkins is only a 40 minute...

    I so lucky...Joe Perkins is only a 40 minute drive for me.Home - Classic Single Action
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    I should have stated “With the 2nd Generations...

    I should have stated “With the 2nd Generations 1958” I knew they were chambered in the 1st. much earlier. Or, Colt didn’t reintroduce .44sp until 1958.
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    Colt didn’t introduce the .44sp until 1958. Might...

    Colt didn’t introduce the .44sp until 1958. Might be a parts gun.
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    I was thinking the same. If I was going to fake a...

    I was thinking the same. If I was going to fake a Sheriff’s Model, for sure, I would find a frame that fit the serial number range.
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    Your revolver 53007 is 1880. As stated, first...

    Your revolver 53007 is 1880. As stated, first Sheriff’s Model was 1882
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    I agree...and the serial number is too low.

    I agree...and the serial number is too low.
  12. Joe Perkins in Tucson has done tons of work for...

    Joe Perkins in Tucson has done tons of work for me and friends.Home - Classic Single Action
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    Fluted Casings

    646153What were these fluted dummy rounds used for?
  14. It will take you about three months to receive a...

    It will take you about three months to receive a Colt Factory Letter. Let us know how it turns out, around November.
  15. I would bet it has been a caliber change. You...

    I would bet it has been a caliber change. You still have a nice shooter.
  16. Thread: Clones

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    Here’a a .45 Cimarron in stainless I use as a...

    Here’a a .45 Cimarron in stainless I use as a shooter. Had Joe Perkins of Tucson do an action job and custom grips. Very nice revover643685
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    Don Wilkerson’s “The Post War Colt Single Action...

    Don Wilkerson’s “The Post War Colt Single Action Revolver” and for less money George Garton’s “Colt’s SAA Post War Models"
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    Some people have just enough knowledge to be...

    Some people have just enough knowledge to be dangerous. I was that way with computers. So, I finally bought a Mac, and I leave it alone. Joe Perkins Home - Classic Single Action once told me,...
  19. Thread: 2nd gen SAA

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    The black box is a reproduction...I say with no...

    The black box is a reproduction...I say with no letter 2k tops. Anything more, it’s a risk.
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    In mid 1958 Colt went to using the last three...

    In mid 1958 Colt went to using the last three digits of the serial number on the cylinder. 1958 was the first year of a 4.75” barrel. The issue with the GunBroker Colt...is the barrel original? No...
  21. Thread: 2nd gen SAA

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    Looks like everything checks out okay...last...

    Looks like everything checks out okay...last three digits of serial number stamped on front of cylinder is fine. The only concern would be...is the 4 3/4” barrel original? 1958 was the first year...
  22. Thread: 2nd gen SAA

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    That's my dyslexia kicking in..

    That's my dyslexia kicking in..
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    63946723891SA is a 1959 not 1958. The assembly...

    63946723891SA is a 1959 not 1958. The assembly number on the cylinder is 391.639465
  24. Thread: 2nd gen SAA

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    Make sure the assembly numbers on the front of...

    Make sure the assembly numbers on the front of the cylinder, loading gate and frame all match. I bought the same revolver (.38 sp)last January off Gunbroker. It turned out to be a total parts gun.
  25. HA! I was thinking the exact same thing.

    HA! I was thinking the exact same thing.
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