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  1. Single Action Army
    Hello, im trying to identify generation for a S.A.A peacemaker my grandfather gabe me as a gift, probably taken from somebody in mexican revolution, it also needs to be restored, any idea about the value of this piece?
  2. Single Action Army
    I found this beauty at the gun show don't know much about it all the serial numbers match on the barrel it says Colt Single action army 38 special Unfortunately the grips are plastic but they do seem pretty old it was gunked up pretty badly I took everything apart I am slowly and gently cleaning...
  3. New Members Introduction
    Hi there folks, just touching base with you all and extending my thanks for letting me join. I live on the far south of the East coast of Australia. I have loved firearms since I can remember and in particular the Colt branded Handguns, the Single Action Army, the 1911's and of course the Python...
  4. Colt Revolvers
    I have access to a SAA in 45 Colt, ser. number 3011XX, made in 1907. The rampant colt logo is stamped between two of the chambers on the back of the cylinder. What vintage is this cylinder? I understand the frame should be case hardened. It appears blue, but has some bownish splotches on both...
  5. New Members Introduction
    Greetings From Anderson CA, at the top of the Sacramento River Valley. I'm not sure if it's God's Country up here, but He will probably move here when He retires. "We have four boxes with which to defend our freedom: the soap box, the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box."...
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