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Yea, yea, but, where is the 5&1/2" nickeled? O.K.,O.K., so I'm sour grapes, it's just 'cause I'm so jealous! Man, beautiful pieces thanks for sharing. For now,I have to be comforted by my 44-40 New Frontier, it's the onlyest 44-40 I gots. Nick
 

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Yea, yea, but, where is the 5&1/2" nickeled? O.K.,O.K., so I'm sour grapes, it's just 'cause I'm so jealous! Man, beautiful pieces thanks for sharing. For now,I have to be comforted by my 44-40 New Frontier, it's the onlyest 44-40 I gots. Nick
That's the one I'm looking for!:bang_wall:
 

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Man, that's just not right! Your gonna cause that man to loose sleep;)Those are some beautiful guns:D Here's the 5.5" Nickel, and the Sheriff(even though some don't believe on the Sheriff). I finally bought the FSS that had been with my 1873 since 1889. Not trying to steal the thread, just wanted to add to it!
 

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In 1973 Colt made two versions of SAA's to celebrate their "Centennial". There were 1501 caliber 45 Colt with 7 1/2" bbls, blue & case, black powder frame, one piece wood grips, 1501 caliber 44-40 with 7 1/2" bbls, nickel plated, black powder frame and black Eagle grips, and 501 cased pairs of each one. These are the only 2nd generation guns made with the black powder frame.
 
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