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  1. Single Action Army
    I am new to the Colt Forum-I hope I am doing this the right way. I have quite an extensive collection of newer, tactical guns that has taken most of my "gun time" up the past few years-but I have recently been focused on expanding my knowledge to the older stuff. I started with my collection...
  2. Colt-Smithing
    Hi there, I am brand new here and I wouldn't bother you if I wouldn't be at the end of my rope. A few months ago I purchased my first Bisley. It had some real bad work done on it by probably the worst gunsmith in Europe (I would explain everything but that would lead us too far away from the...
  3. Single Action Army
    Gentlemen, I am considering my first Bisley and would appreciate any input regarding current market value. Unfortunately, I do not have a photo to post at this time. It is an early 1900s example with a 5.5 barrel in 32-20. The revolver is all matching and original with a very good bore. It locks...
  4. Colt Revolvers
    Gentlemen, I am considering my first Bisley and would appreciate any input regarding current market value. Unfortunately, I do not have a photo to post at this time. It is an early 1900s example with a 5.5 barrel in 32-20. The revolver is all matching and original with a very good bore. It...
  5. Colt Percussion Revolvers
    Saw a gun that a guy was trying to sell the other day at my FFL. Resembled a Colt 1860 Army, but had a very strange trigger guard. It resembled the TG of a LeMat revolver. The grip was also more like a Bisley but not quite. There was not any markings at all on the gun. Sorry I do not have any...
  6. Single Action Army
    Hello Colt fans, My father gave me this .32 WCF Bisley 4 3/4 revolver 23 years ago, before he passed away. It is very special to me. I was going through some old boxes and found a letter from Colt dated 1983. My father, like many others, wrote to them for the history on the gun. Very very...
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