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1st gen Colt SAA parts ??

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by pahrumpcaveman, Apr 24, 2004.

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  1. pahrumpcaveman

    pahrumpcaveman Member

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    Where do I get parts for a 1st gen colt SAA late BP manufactured around 1891 ?? Tried Brownells and Numrich . Thanks for any help .
     
  2. Jim Watson

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    The only place I know of is

    Peacemaker Specialists.
    PO Box 157 Whitmore, CA 96096 USA.
    Voice: 1-530 472-3438
    Fax: 1-530 472-1144

    No www site listed that I can find.
     
  3. Old Fuff

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    Exactly what parts do you need?
     
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    These would give me a good start . Sear spring & sear spring screw , gate catch spring & detent ,main spring and screw , new hand ( paw ) , and all the screws for frame , trigger guard and back strap . Stock ,stock screw and stock pin . Thanks
     
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    The E.M.F. Company (www.emf-company.com) offer a line of Italian single action clones. The parts will fit 1st. Generation Colt’s and I believe they have everything except frames.

    Dixie Gun Works (www.dixiegunworks.com) also have many parts for Colt Single Action Army and C & B revolvers.

    The Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) website at (www.sassnet.com) may provide additional leads on sources for parts.

    Be aware that lockwork parts, such as hands, triggers, and cylinder bolts come as blanks, and like the originals have to be hand-fitted in each particular gun. Springs and screws won’t give you any problems though.
     
  6. Art Eatman

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    FWIW for the traveler :) : The most old Colt parts I've seen were with a dealer at the Deming, NM gunshow, although there was more than one table with parts. Some at the Wickenburg show. (These had late February dates, as I recall; don't know if these were once-a-year shows...)

    Art
     
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    There is a wide variety of threads in the gun screws in single action six guns. You best bet is to call Eddie Janis at Peacemaker. He knows more about those kind of parts than anyone else I know of.
     
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