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lets see those colt single actions!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by CSA 357, Sep 15, 2007.

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  1. CSA 357

    CSA 357 Member

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    just got a 3rd gen saa, no pic yet, how do yall dress yours up? csa:)
     
  2. TIMC

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    No dress up needed...
    My 1st generation Colt.
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  3. Jamie C.

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    That's a 100+ year-old gun? Wow...
    Also kind'a interesting how it has the modern, "smokeless" frame, with the spring-loaded cross-bolt holding the cylinder pin in place.


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  4. TIMC

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    I think this gun was probably made in 1906 judging by the knurling pattern on the hammer spur and the serial number. I have been wanting to get a letter from Colt since it is in such nice condition but haven't busted out and spent the cash on it yet.
     
  5. GunTech

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    2nd generation SAAs with ivory grips.

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  6. CSA 357

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    WOW! nice keepum coming, csa:D
     
  7. GunTech

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    How'd you like this pair. NIB ivory handled and consecutive serial numbers. Belong to a friend of mine. Never even had the cylinders turned.

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  8. Geno

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    Well...

    It's a good thing I don't have a computer camera. I'd hate to have people see a grown man crying for lack of his own Colt single action. Some day, I too will be able to post here. :(
     
  9. mec

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    Colt Second Gen from 1956

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    and Colt 32-20 from 1918
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  10. Walker'47

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    Y'all cap n' ball-friendly 'round here? :D
    She's a single action Colt.
    Pay no attention to that strange black object in the picture...
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  11. JesseL

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    Colt 1862 Pocket Police 38 rimfire conversion.

    This one belonged to my Great Grandfather.
     
  12. BADSBSNF81

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    Head on over to Nutmegsports.com. Lots of pictures of SAA's with ivory and engraving.
     
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