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Let's have a thread full of just pictures, showing the many models and variations of this great revolver over the years. Hopefully it'll become a sticky, remaining up top like the big brother SAA's photo section in that sub forum.

I'll start with a 1969 year nickel Frontier Scout in both .22lr and .22mag.
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Here's mine:
A pawn shop find F series Scout. It had Jay Scott pearls when I bought it. The Colt grips were in the bottom of an estate sale box.
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Peacemaker Buntline with magnum cylinder my folks bought for my 21st birthday (shown along with it's big brother I bought much later)
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1975 New Frontier. $77 back then.

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A first year .22 Magnum (1959), flat muzzle Frontier Scout. Dad bought it in about 1975 for $40 - but it came with a holster, so it was worth it.

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Colt Peacemaker .22. 1974 Mfg. with a 6" Barrel.
I made the stocks and display case.
Those cartridge holes almost look like they would hold a larger....
...HEY, wait a minute!!!
 
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Sorry not a Colt - this was the prototype revolver Uberti made - it is a 12 shot - not sure if many were made but it's cool, thanks.
Would that sell, or what???
 
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