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  1. Single Action Army
    My great grandfather bequeathed to my grandfather and, hence, to me, his Single Action Army Colt .44 "Colt Frontier Six Shooter." Its serial number is 75972, and checks as having been manufactured in 1882. It fires, though finding ammo for it is difficult. I have my grandfather's Colt .45, my...
  2. Single Action Army
    Friends, at first this gun looks really good - but is it too good to be true? It looks like nearly a 120 years of "easy living" and never seen the inside of real carry holster...The grips show no number on the inside. They show some use; even a small chip is missing. It letters... But have a...
  3. Single Action Army
    Hello All! I'm new to this forum so please let me know if I do anything wrong. I'm am here asking for help with this revolver that was handed down to me almost 2 years ago but I'm not much of a revolver guy so I do not know much about it. Looking to get info on it and anything else. I have...
  4. Single Action Army
    I just acquired an 1889 Colt SAA "Colt Frontier Six Shooter" acid etched left side barrel. SN128XXX. All specs look correct Colt cert letter states: .44/40 4 3/4 barrel Nickel Simmons Hardware 8/7/1889 The Nickel plate has some oval machine marks/scratches... ? looks original finish all...
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