You guys are killing my pocketbook with these nice looking "addictive" Colt SAA. I had a dealer friend of mine call me yesterday morning with a SAA he just got in and wanted to let me know about it first. After finding out a little about the revolver it seemed to be in good condition. Lock-up was good, but had a small amount of wiggle in the cylinder, bore had a little frost in it, but the action was good! The only thing is the grips have been replace at some point with a one-piece wood grip. This is fine with me as I needed one with wood grips anyway. The barrel is 4 3/4" long, .45 LC caliber and looks good from the description and a photo he sent me. Hopefully, I will have it by Tuesday of next week. Also, it included a holster which looks OK, just a working holster. It is a J. C. Higgens holster; sold by Sears. The J.C. Higgens name was was changed in the mid 50s I think, so it has a few years on it. I will get more photos later next week, but I am excited to find this pre-1898 SAA to add to the 1906 and 1903 SAA revolvers. I got this one for $2K; did I pay too much for it????