Thanks JC…..All 38-40’s…3rd gens except the 7,5 in the back…even the New Frontier…..that’s a tricky one…..
Absolutely true wordsJust more of the same from above……you know something……and I’m sure you will all agree……of all of the guns ever made in the history of the world, none move the soul more than a Colt SAA.
Well, it ain’t much but these guns are like the Hope Diamond…to me. I could have had a 32-20 with #3 and I passed due to “there’s only so much money”. The factory wouldn’t give me plain old Sixgun as the big shot probably heard about the only guy since 1873 to have that idea so he kept it for hisMore pictures of those!!!!!!!
Hey.......Captain Jayster....a.k.a. Old Win.......guys, I know this hombre pretty good and I like to inform you he has every Winchester ever shipped to Maine.My old buddy Six. Showing off again.
He likes to acuse me of stealing all his Colts, but as you fellas can see, I didn't get them all.
Or the good ones, apparently.
This is what a Colt SAA is supposed to look like, not the over polished Royal blue, lacquered frame, prissy 3rd gens.My grandfathers 1937 SAA in .38 Special.
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Very nice. He's functionally fixed up 3 for me. I'd sure like a pair of those grips as well. BTW I'm a fellow AF Vet --- 25 years; ret 1999. Sending you a PM.Had a .32-20 worked on by Lever Action Bill and he did his magic. He also made a set of one piece stocks for it too. View attachment 837264 View attachment 837265
Man! That’s nice!…..A real beauty that’s rarely seen…thanks for sharing that.—-6My recently acquired 1883 Colt SAA in 45 with shoulder stock. Gun letters correctly with no mention of shoulder stock. 90+% condition.