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  1. Colt-Smithing
    This pair of Colt Single Action Army revolvers was damaged in a house fire and in need of a good restoration. No problem! Here at Custom Shop, we will do our magic on these guns and return them to the owner looking just like the day they came from the Colt factory. In a couple of days we...
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    Here is a Colt Python that has 2 bullets lodged in the barrel. The first bullet lodged in the end. Apparently not realizing it, the owner shot a second bullet which stuck behind the first one and severely bulged the barrel. Here at Custom Shop, we will replace the barrel and completed refinish...
  3. Colt Revolvers
    Early Colt Police Positives in Nickel had blued parts, hammer back and trigger, etc. Fire Blue was the norm. When did they change the finish on the parts to all nickel? I have seen pictures of pre 1910 revolvers all nickel and pics of blued triggers, etc. Was the change made to all revolver...
  4. Colt Revolvers
    Diamondback 2 1/2in .38 nickel 1968 serial number very good condition no box or paper work. I bought it five years ago from a old man in my home town his father bought it new for his mom she said it was to big so stayed in her dresser with her socks till she died in 1990, when he got it in his...
  5. Colt Revolvers
    Hi! My name is Eden, I'm from Brazil and would like to know if possible, to have reliable information on a specific weapon: a 45 colt, and need to know things like: When was it done? and the market worth? The information I have is: Colt's PT. F.A. MFG. C - Hartford. CT. U.S.A. on top of the...
  6. Colt Revolvers
    My apologies to 100 plus members and any who wasted time looking for Ned Kelly story referred to in previous post. Richard thanks for informing me of the links problems - have now fixed those. Trying again - http://www.ironoutlaw.com/html/jerilderie_01.html is page one of the Outlaw's...
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