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  1. Single Action Army
    I got this 1889 Colt SAA in a lucky trade recently. It is chambered in 38-40, and it's my first SAA. The positive qualities: it is still functional with original parts, and it can be fired. Also, there is minimal pitting, which I would imagine is great for a 132 year old gun. The negative...
  2. Colt Revolvers
    I have a Colt double-action marked .32 WCF on the barrell with 4.5" barrell, counterclockwise cylinder rotation marked 151 on yoke and latch. 276 on one line and XXX below it on the butt. I think is is an 1889 navy civilian model. It has short flutes.
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