Colt Six-round, single action revolver with 4.75" barrel. Manufactured in 1959. The bore is excellent. The revolver has virtually 100% of its factory blue. The grips are perfect with the rampant Colt logo at the top of the grip. Overall excellent condition.
Colt Single Action .22 Revolvers
4.75" single action revolver with black finish, made in 1959. Excellent condition.
Single shot target pistol made in 1931 for the Camp Perry matches. Has the rare 8" barrel with excellent bore. Has 99% original blue finish. The grips are perfect with Colt medallions. A beautiful piece!
7.5" Buntline single action revolver with dual cylinders. Excellent condition.
4.75" sixgun made in 1969. Excellent condition.
4.75" sixgun with black finish, made in 1969. Excellent condition.
The Colt New Line seven-shot 22 revolver was made between 1873 and 1877. This is the second model with long cylinder flutes. The left side of the barrel is etched COLT NEW 22 and the top has the standard Colt name and address. The 2.25" barrel has a good bore with some firing erosion. The gun retains approx. 85% of its nikel finish with loss on the barrel bottom, top strap, cylinder, and...
6" single action revolver with case colored frame and target sights. Made in 1976. Excellent condition.
6" all blue model made in 1985. Excellent condition.
4.75" sixgun with dual cylinders, made in 1968. Has a black finish and faux stag handles. Shows some wear, very good condition with original box.
4.75" single action with nickel finish and wood grips. Made in 1967. Very good condition.
Cased pair of nickel plated Frontier Scout single action revolvers. One has a 4.75" barrel and the other is a 9" Buntline. Excellent condition, a neat set.
Made in 1974. Barrel is 6". Bore is excellent. Metal has some holster wear. Good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1976. Barrel is 7.5". Dual cylinder model with blued finish and case colored frame. Bore is excellent. Excellent overall condition.
Six shooter with 4 3/8" barrel and adjustable rear sight. Good condition with holster wear.
Manufactured in 1974. Dual cylinder model with 4.4" barrel. Excellent condition with box.
Early model with "Q" suffix made in 1958. Barrel is 4 3/4". Very good overall condition.
Single shot target pistol. Barrel is 10". Bore is excellent with strong rifling and bright. This very unusual Colt is named after the US pistol/revolver competition at Camp Perry Ohio. These were manufactured between 1926 and 1941. Grips are very good, no chips or cracks. Pistol has approximately 75-80% blue; the remainder turning to patina. A hard to find model.
6" Case colored single action .22 with dual cylinders and adjustable sights. Excellent condition with box.
6" case colored sixgun with dual cylinders. Excellent condition with box.