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  1. Single Action Army
    Good Afternoon, I am new to the forums and was hoping to get some more information on a Colt I inherited. I have the letter from Colt about the revolver (attached) but what I cannot seem to find much information on is the engraver. From the pictures below, the engraver left the mark "Gnaviert...
  2. Single Action Army
    Hey y’all, I’m new to the forum but I was here to see if anyone would have any information on past owners of a gun I was passed down by my grandpa. It is 1900 SAA .38wcf with a 4 3/4 barrel. The serial number is 197880. As far as Ik my grandpas father bought it from a hitchhiker somewhere in...
  3. Single Action Army
    Hello, I've been looking for a Colt SAA in .357 w/4.75" barrel for a couple months now. Not sure on most people's feeling on a Colt SAA in .357 but trying to keep the different calibers in my safe to a minimum with the prices of ammo lately. I'm looking for an earlier manufacturing date. If...
  4. New Members Introduction
    I'm a new member from Denver, CO. Just joined in hopes of expanding my knowledge of the Colt SAA. I have a very interesting first generation in 38spl. That I was hoping to get some additional info on. I will repost that one on the correct thread as soon as i find it.
  5. 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...
  6. Colt Revolvers
    I was wondering, hypothetically of course, if you were to inherit a gun that was over 100 years old and the serial number and many of the identifying numbers were apparently filed off, what would you do with it? Does it need to be registered? Can it be owned for historical purposes without a...
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