66. Colt Single Action Army Revolver

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serial #180720, 32-20 Win, 7 1/2" barrel with a very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with sparsely scattered frosting and some light pitting. The barrel and ejector rod housing are primarily a smooth plum brown patina with some generous trace original blue in the protected areas, the front sight showing a few tool marks and was regulated during the period of use. The cylinder is primarily a smooth pewter patina with some trace blue in the flutes, also with scattered light oxidation and some areas of light pitting. The frame is a mottled silvery-gray-brown case-hardened patina with some sparsely scattered oxidation but showing some trace colors in the protected areas of the frame. The straps are primarily a plum brown with some trace original blue at the root of the guard, the butt showing a number of moderate impact marks. The checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt-Eagle grips rate very good and good, the right grip worn nearly smooth and showing a 1" crack, they are un-numbered but fit rather well being proud only in a couple areas. The gun seems to function as-designed mechanically. An honest and attractive small-bore SAA overall. (38171-22) {ANTIQUE} (3000/5000) SOLD FOR $2,990.00

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