125th Anniversary SAA.
I used this for decades, shooting black powder cartridges. When I had to retire from such shooting, the Old Warhorse looked somewhat the worse for wear. The finish had dulled, a lot of the gold had worn off and there were dings, scratches and places worn through the finish. Parts of the action rattled and the cylinder had an eccentric spin.
I wanted it brought back to its former glory. I sent it to Bill Fuchs in Wyoming, just in time for it to be sidelined by the Fauci flu supply problems. I asked for the action to be fixed and tuned, the finish redone, the gold re-plated and special grips,
I know some people on the forum are readying the tar and feathers for me due to the refinish, but this was never a pristine collector's gun, I now have a beautiful gun that works perfectly, with custom grips at a price I could afford.
I'll take that. Bring on the tar and feathers.