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    Quote Originally Posted by saintclair View Post
    As Colt Forum members, we should define an SAA with the removable cylinder bushing (all SAA's after S26457A) as a 4th generation gun. It is logical to do so.
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    I have S33285A, with numbered cylinder, with a a fixed bushing. Is it a 3rd or 4th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCuster
    I have S33285A, with numbered cylinder, with a a fixed bushing. Is it a 3rd or 4th?
    And this is why the 4th Gen idea is a terrible idea IMO.
    Not to mention the fact it is easy to change a 3rd Gen gun to a removeable bushing simply by adding a new 3rd Gen cylinder and fitting a bushing or having the cylinder bored out for a bushing. The rest of the gun is simply a 3rd Gen gun for better or worse no matter what bushing is in the gun.


    Serial number at the beginning of the year.

    1976 80000SA
    1977 82000SA
    1978 90500SA - 99999SA - SA01001
    1979 SA13000
    1980 SA30250
    1981 SA46900
    1982 SA58628
    1983 SA65256
    1984 SA66496
    1985 SA70500
    1986 Not Available - Factory Strike
    1987 SA70813
    1988 SA71464 - SA72269 SA90136 - SA94433
    1989 SA94434
    1990 Not Available Most from existing frames.
    1991 SA94673 9mm and Birdshead grip frame introduced. New Blue Box with White Shell introduced.
    1992 SA96588 Long Flute Cylinders introduced.
    1993 SA99879 - SA99999 "SA changed to "SxxxxxA".
    S02001A - S07005A .38-40 introduced.
    1994 S07006A Screwless frame introduced.
    1995 S10123A
    1996 S12560A
    1997 S15886A
    1998 S21569A
    1999 S26457A Cylinders with removable bushing re-introduced.
    FT00001 Colt Cowboy introduced.
    2000 S29100A
    2001 S31500A
    2002 S33400A
    2003 S34000A .38 special reintroduced (S34600A). 2nd Gen. removable bushing re-introduced.
    2004 S34500A Late December Shipments of re-intrtoduced .32/20
    2005 S38000A
    2006 S41300A
    2007 S42900A & S53000A (out of sequence due to two different vendors for frames)
    2008 S48100A & S57300A (out of sequence continues)Etched Panel re-introduced on .44-40.
    2009 S48300A & S57300A
    2010 S49000A & S64000A (out of sequence continues)Nickel Plated .44-40 etched panel introduced)
    2011 S48000A and S65000A (out of sequence con't.) 175th Anniversary SAA produced in 3 barrel lengths)

    NF20000 (New Frontier production resumes)
    2012 S66200A (7 1/2" 175th Anniversary SAA's production concludes)
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