Battle of Britain proofed on top left side of back strap as shown on page 185 of Kopec, et al, A Study of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver, .45 caliber, 5 ½ inch barrel, mint condition as new, unturned cylinder, beautiful case hardening, serial number 357,143, this exact serial noted on page 182 in […]
Colt Single Action Army
Late second generation, very rare, one of only 4 made in .41 Magnum caliber. According to past Colt Factory Historian Marty Huber, the factory did not warrant the standard frame in two modern powerful calibers, the .41 & .44 magnum calibers although these calibers were available in the New Frontier which had a beefier top […]
Colt Bisley Frontier Six Shooter Single Action .44-40
5 ½” barrel with single line Hartford address. 1906 Manufacture. 95% condition gun. $6995
Merwin Hulbert Single Action
Merwin & Hulbert single action first model revolver, about 60% original nickel remaining, early humpback hammer and scarce red & black mottled grips, .44-40 caliber, scalloped flutes, Serial #3941. $3500
Fantastic carved steer head pearl grips for Colt Single Action
Fantastic carved steer head pearl grips for Colt Single Action, early style, small chip at toe of left side, circa 1890. $3995
Colt DA rare Experimental ejector model, .38 caliber
Colt DA rare Experimental ejector model, .38 caliber, the cylinder pin is hollow & the ejector rod pivots aside out of the pin to allow ejection of cartridges as in Forehand & Wadsworth revolvers. One of only three known, pictured in the Wilson book of Colt firearms.
Merwin Hulbert single action, early first model with scalloped cylinder flutes, #1970 with hump back hammer, about 98% nice shiny nickel, scarce red & black grips, see Phelps book, you will look a long time before finding a better one in this configuration, been in my M & H collection for 20 years, $12,500.
Colt SAA #244,500 – Sold
This item has been sold.
Colt Single Action, #201, xxx
Colt single action shipped 10-24-1900 to Walter Tips, Austin, Texas, shipment of 4, pretty much a grey gun, some finish left in protected areas, good clear markings, all original un-tampered with, great western address when the wild west was still going on in Austin, Texas, $3750
Colt SAA #70291, caliber.44-40
Wonderfully legible etched “Colt Frontier Six Shooter”, difficult to find in an early blue gun shipped 8-23-1881 the year of the Gunfight at the OK Corral and Billy the Kid’s death, and while the remaining 90% blue and case colors are amazing, perhaps more so is the 90% original varnish remaining on the wooden walnut […]