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  1. Colt Revolvers
    Good afternoon all, it has been a while since my last post. My 1963 Colt Official Police has been a safe queen all summer, but I'd like to get it out and take it to the range and get a feel for the classic DA Colt. Before that, I'd like to take it to a competent Colt gunsmith here in southern...
  2. Colt Revolvers
    Any recommendations of Colt certified gunsmith in the greater Los Angeles area (LA,OC,IE)? Especially for old Detective Special revolvers? Thanks!
  3. Colt-Smithing
    As most forum members know, it is difficult to first find a gunsmith that has expertise with the Colt Single Action Army and then the wait is long. I was one of the folks that tried Dave Chicoine and ended up (16 months later) about $300 poorer and still had a broken revolver. I contacted Tom...
  4. New Members Introduction
    Hi I am new here and mailing from Sweden. Collecting and shooting american rifles and handguns. Reloading and gunsmithing if needed. It should be fun to follow you here and maybe also asking for tips. I fact I am going to do a job with a 1878 DA and have some questions about that in a new thread.
  5. Colt Revolvers
    I bought a "NIB" Blue 4" Colt Python on GB in the spring of last year. Into the first box of 38 special rounds it began to misfire every three shots or so in double action. Works as expected in single action. I decided send it to Colt Mfg. for a repair, followed by custom tune. NINE MONTHS...
  6. Colt Revolvers
    Any recommendations on a gunsmith for my Colt 1877 Lightning 38? It works fine as a SA where I pull the hammer all the way back but not as a DA. I phoned a couple of locals and as soon as I said 1877 LIghtning they were booked up. I don't mind shipping it off as long as whoever does a good job...
  7. Colt-Smithing
    Hi:D Looking for the finest quality revolversmith who would do great work on a pair of Colt Agents. Just need a light, smooth "double-action" trigger pull at eight pounds and chamfering of the chamber mouths to allow HKS speedloaders to load 148 gr. LWC's.:) Thanks for your opinions. Ric
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