A trip down memory lane for me. The first Colt SAA I owned was an 1881 FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER, Nickel with the barrel cut to 5 1/2". It had one piece walnut stocks and cost me $35. I think it was 1955. It was my constant companion for many years until I was drafted. I changed the barrel and cylinder to 45 ACP so I could shoot free ammo from post AMU. Hung on to the original parts until it was stolen around 1970. Great find Bibbyman. I'm still a fan of 44-40 and have 7 SAAs in that cal. Get yourself a sizer/luber and some SPG so you can load her with proper bullets or you can buy them.