I've said I don't care much for single-action revolvers and would probably never buy another one. But I've always had it in the back of my head that I would like to own a Colt Single Action Army. A real Colt, not an imitation, or a copy, but one with the prancing pony on it. Never thought I'd get one though, when I'd see one they were priced higher than I was willing to pay...until the other day. I saw this one, a, I'm told, 1982, third generation Single Action Army, with what I think of as the classic 4 5/8" barrel, in 357 Magnum. The 357 part was important to me. I don't want to start reloading for a new cartridge, plus I already have coffee cans full of 38/357 brass scrounged over the years, and couple of boxes of Berry's plated bullets for 38/357. That and the price tag of $1200.00 were enough to make me just give up and put it on layaway. I talked them into a few bucks off, but not a lot. After all, if I didn't buy it, the next guy would. A couple of crappy cell phone pictures before it got hauled off to wherever layaway guns go until I can get them out of hock. No box or papers and I can't tell that it's ever been fired. I probably will...but maybe not.