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  1. Single Action Army
    Hello,You guy's opinion would be greatly appreciated. I have this Single Action Army on hold...Sorry, some photos aren't very good.Thank you! Gil.
  2. 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.
  3. Single Action Army
    I have a colt saa chambered in 45 colt. It is custom engraved full coverage not just partial like I have seen on most engraved saa pistols. The engraving is not typical scroll work, it is oak leaves and acorns. There are no markings on the gun as far as a hint to the engraver. The grips are...
  4. Colt Revolvers
    I had to post pictures of my Grail Gun -- A First Generation Python from 1959. It is in excellent condition for its age -- some minor issues with the finish but nothing major and all visible in the pictures. It was in desperate need of a good oiling. Timing and lock-up are absolutely...
  5. Colt Revolvers
    I just bought an 1895 Colt SAA Blackpowder that has been re-calibered to .38 special. I want to convert it back to .45LC. Can I install a modern barrel and cylinder and safely shoot smokeless cartridges? Next question.... Where can I find modern barrels and cylinders?? Elliot
  6. Colt Revolvers
    Hello, I am hoping one of you can point me in the right direction. I've recently inherited a Colt Single Action .45/c with a 4 3/4" barrel made in 1884. According to Colt Archive letter, it was shipped to Hartley & Graham in New York on July 31, 1884 in a shipment of 50 guns. The gun does not...
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