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Sam Bass Centennial 1860 Colt

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by tractom, Aug 25, 2006.

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  1. tractom

    tractom Member

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    Can someone help me identify this gun and establish its' worth. I was given this and can't find any info on the net.

    I was told it is a repro of an 1860 Colt Army .44 and produced in a limited release Sam Bass edition.

    The barrel has the following:
    left side---Round Rock Texas
    Top of barrel-- Sam Bass Centennial 1878-1978
    Right side--.44 cal for black powder only made in Italy
    Under side serial number is---SB096

    According to the book that came with it, the gun was a commemorative edition and only 250 were produced. I am assuming this is #96 based on serial number. It is in a presentation box and came with the accessories as well.
     

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  2. Smokin_Gun

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    Posted to ya in the Firing Line Forum...
     
  3. Duncaninfrance

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    So where are the photographs T ?
    Duncan
     
  4. tractom

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    sam bass

    Smokin Gun, Thanks by the PDF you sent I believe it is a GDG, now Euroarms.

    I have added photos for reference....
     
  5. Duncaninfrance

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    Thanks for those T, they make it so much more interesting.
    The last one was a bit dark so I hope you don't mind that I gave it a Photoshoping to see if there was more detail. Nice One!

    [​IMG]

    Duncan
     
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