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    THAT is an amazing firearm! Congratulations!
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    That's the first time I've encountered the term "rebronzing" with respect to firearms.
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    This one sold in most recent RIA auction, no? Believe to remember seeing it in their catalog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lboos View Post
    It needs to be in a display case.
    I had made this one for a different SAA but it works better for this Artillery. The three cartridges are (1) 1886 Frankford Arsenal .45, (2) Schofield .45, and (3) early Benet-primed .45.

    Colt Artillery Display.jpg
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    That is one fine revolver!

    It should be noted that if that had been lettered more recently by John Kopec, the letter would have come with a "Gold Seal of Approval".

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    Very nice, congratulations.
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    Man, that gun looks great! This is not a negative at all, but the barrel looks a fraction longer that the usual 5 1/2".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt Burp View Post
    Man, that gun looks great! This is not a negative at all, but the barrel looks a fraction longer that the usual 5 1/2".
    Just checked. 5.5” on the nose.
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    Very very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackjack33 View Post
    I had made this one for a different SAA but it works better for this Artillery. The three cartridges are (1) 1886 Frankford Arsenal .45, (2) Schofield .45, and (3) early Benet-primed .45.

    Colt Artillery Display.jpg
    It don't get any better then that, a beautiful display. the three cartridges with the gun really sets it off. History.
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