Serial number 108580. Made in 1884. 45 LC caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. This is a nice sharp gun with a smooth brown patina. Small amounts of original finish are in protected areas. Even some case colors remain. The Grips are killer one piece ivory with a carved steer head on the left hand side.
Colt Single Actions - 1st Generation
SN180913 Made in 1898, .45 colt with a 4.75" barrel. Bore is fair with some frosting and pitting, rifling is bold. Barrel has brown patina with traces of factory blue in protected areas. Receiver and all other metal parts has brown/grey patina with traces of factory blue. Single action revolver with original colt grips. Overall condition is good.
Serial number 329338. Made in 1914. 32-20 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Very fine gun with 70% of the original blue. Framer has very good case colors. Grips are two piece ivories with factory medalions. This gun comes with an extremely rare Holster marked “TROY HOWARD/ MAKER/ COTULLA, TEX” The Belt has the same marking as well. Texas marked holster rigs are rare...
Serial number 154994. Made in 1894. 45 LC caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina throughout having been cleaned long ago. Action works well. This gun has carved steer head ivory grips. Along with the gun comes a triple loop holster rig that is unmarked.
Serial No. 36870, made 1877, .45 Colt, 5 3/8" round barrel. Finish is dark brown/grey patina, barrel address is faint but readable. Original barrel has been replaced with later production barrel marked "Texas State Penitentiary". Grips have been lightly sanded down at some point, some frame screws have been replaced. Bore has surface oxidation, rifling is sharp. Action functions with some...
Serial number 271136. Made in 1905. 44-40 caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Nice sharp gun with blue in protected areas. Frame still has case colors, though faded. The grips are excellent old carved ivory to pies with a Steer Head on the left hand side. (Consignment)
SN: 230506. Made in 1902. .45 Long Colt with a 4 3/4" barrel. Bore is fair, pitted with good rifling. The metal has been refinished, and looks good. The grips are very good with one small chip and light wear. Overall good condition.
Serial number 177772. Made in 1897. 44-40 caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Gun is in mint condition as factory refinished. Factory rework numbers are on the cylinder, trigger guard and back strap. Action works perfectly!
Serial number 116216. Made in 1885. 45 LC with a 5 ½” barrel. Gun has been renickled. Action works well. This is an Artillery Model Single Action. The trigger guard has a prime Custer range number. Grips have a border carved along the edges.
SN:341900. Made 1921. with a 4.75" barrel. Bore is in excellent condition. 1st Generation Single action army Revolver with cleaned metal, blank barrel and stag grips. Overall condition is very good.
SN:306996. Made in 1908. .45 Colt with a 5.5" barrel. Bore is in very good condition. Single action revolver with very good grips. Revolver is in good condition with gray patina.
Serial number 61372. Made in 1880. 45 LC Caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun is in mint condition as restored. This gun is all matching. . This gun comes with a letter of authentication from noted Colt Single Action expert John Kopec. The gun was not restored when he examined it.
Serial number 346534. Made in 1924. 45LC caliber with a 4 ¾” barrel. Nice sharp gun with a dark bluish brown patina. Frame has traces of case colors. Grips are worn and the right hand side has a chip.
Serial number 11583. Made in 1874. 45 LC caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Metal has been cleaned. Grips are very well made replacements. This gun falls into the range of guns sent to West Virginia. West Virginia turned around and sold all of these guns commercially to raise funds.
Serial number 246299. Made in 1903. 45 LC caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. This gun has been refinished. Grips are very good.
Serial number 4012. Made in 1874. 45 LC caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. The metal is nice and sharp with good clear markings. The barrel has traces of blue in protected areas. The frame has good manila arsenal blue on the frame. This gun is marked on the right hand side of the frame “CO K 4 CAV” These gns were issued out of the San Antonio Arsenal. Company K was stationed at...
Serial number 113556. Made in 1884. 45LC caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun has been restored to Mint Condition. The gun has the “S.C.” marking still visible being part of the South Carolina militia guns. This gun comes with a letter of authentication from noted Colt Single Action expert John Kopec. The letter was written prior to the gun being restored. As of the writing...
Serial number 94854. Made in 1883. 45LC caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Very fine gun with 90% of the original blue. Frame still has over half of the case colors. The grips are excellent. This is a very fine gun. This gun comes with a letter of authentication from noted Colt Single Action expert John Kopec. Mr. Kopec authenticated every part and explains all of the inspectors...
Serial number 116661. Made in 1885. 45 LC caliber with a 5 1/8” barrel. The barrel has been shortened from its original length of 7 ½”. This gun is still a cavalry and was not converted to an artillery model. The barrel has approximately 30% of the original blue mixed with a dark gray patina. The frame has a dark gray patina with some traces of original case color in...
Serial number 18840. Made in 1875. 45 LC caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun is in Mint condition as restored by master gunsmith and Colt Single Action expert David Lanara. There is a certificate of restoration from Mr. Lanara detailing his work. A. P. Casey guns are very hard to come by. Absolutely beautiful gun!