Serial number 318637. Made in 1911. 38-40 caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Metal has been refinished. The grips are wood replacements. Action works well.
Colt Single Actions - 1st Generation
Serial number 158600. 38-40 caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. This gun has been professionally refinished. Grips show some wear. Action works perfect.
Serial number 200464. Made in 1900. 38-40 caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Beautiful gun with high luster blue. Metal has 95% of the original blue. Bright case colors are on the frame. Gun has very fine ivory grips. Action works well.
Serial number 172315. Made in 1897. 44-40 with a 4 ¾” barrel. Nice sharp gun with good markings. Metal has a nice smooth gray patina. Grips show normal handling.
Serial number 240241. Made in 1903. 44-40 caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Metal has a mostly gray patina. Grips are original and show handling wear.
Serial number 172867. Made in 1897. 45 Colt with a 4 ¾” barrel. Metal has a mottled dark gray patina. Action works well.
SN: 185638. 1st Gen Single Action with 4.25" barrel, made in 1899. The bore is in very good condition with strong rifling. The action works properly, The metal has a grey/brown patina. The grips are in very good condition with 2 notches cut in one panel. Overall good plus condition.
Serial number 166826. 45 LC caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. This gun was made in 1896. This gun comes with a factory Letter.
Serial number 141724. Made 1891. 44-40 caliber with 4 ¾” barrel. Beautiful gun with 70% of the original blue and bright case colors. The grips are one piece wood grips which was a special order feature. Action works well. Bore has strong rifling with a dark bore overall.
Serial number 73310. Made in 1881. 45 LC with a 7 ½” barrel. This is an absolutely beautiful gun that is New York engraved. This gun has 80% of the nickel plating that was done during the period of use. The frame still has fire blued screws. The front part of the barrel has been cleaned. This gun is all matching. The grips are period checkered ivory. Action works perfectly....
Colt Single Action Army Artillery Model chambered in .45LC. Frame was made in 1883 and is "US" marked. Metal has a scattered grey patina. Action functions and indexes properly. These Artillery models are pieced together at Colt. This one was inspected by Lewis Draper as his initials are noted on the frame. Bore is good with strong rifling. A very respectable example of an Artillery model...
Serial number 52319.Made in 1879. 44-40 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun has an even gray patina. The barrel has been replaced by a later Colt barrel. Grips are replacements. Action works well. This gun has had extensive restoration.
1st Generation Colt Single action revolver with 4.75" barrel, made in 1876. The serial number is 26610. The bore is very good. The action works correctly. Has been re-barreled, cut and crowned and the front sight has been repositioned. The metal has been refinished. The grips are made of old mellow ivory and are in very good condition. Overall good plus condition. This is a black powder...
1st Gen Colt single action Army with 4.75" barrel made in 1915. The serial number is 329899. The butt has been renumbered. The bore is very good with some frosting in the grooves. The actions work perfect. The barrel address is visible but faint and the caliber markings are partially visible The hammer and frame have sparse case colors. The metal appears to have been buffed at some point....
First generation single action army revolver with 5.5" barrel made in 1897. This is a black powder model and is not meant to be fired with modern ammunition. The barrel is later factory barrel and the bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. The frame has been refinished at some point. The factory grips are in excellent condition.
Single action Colt made in 1903 with 7.5" barrel. Bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. The frame and hammer have most of its case colors. Has 80% of its original blue finish. The grips are in very good condition. Overall a very good example.
1st Gen single action revolver made in 1902 with 4.75" barrel. The bore is excellent and the action works perfectly. Has approximately 60% of its blue mixed with some patina, and the grips are in excellent condition. Overall a fine example.
1st generation single action army with 4.75" barrel, made in 1920. Serials are matching. The bore is good with good rifling with some shallow pitting throughout. Has 40% of its blue finish mixed with brown patina. Case colors have lightly scattered colors. The action works perfectly. Has older stag grips in excellent condition. Overall very good condition. Comes with a period leather...
1st gen Single action army made in 1916 with 4.75" barrel. The bore is good with strong rifling and light pitting. The revolver has turned to a blue-brown patina with the most wear seen near the muzzle. The actions work perfectly and the cylinder indexes in time. The grips are in good condition, they have worn smooth from regular use.