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From 1873 Until 1940, The Colt Single Action Army Was Produced In Over 30 Chamberings With Approximately Half Of The 357,000+ Sixguns.
The colt single action army, also known as the peacemaker, was a handgun that has been seen everywhere from the gunfight at o.k. Free shipping free shipping free shipping. The barrel length of the 1860 army had been 8″.
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The revolver was popular with ranchers, lawmen, and outlaws alike, but current models are mostly bought by. Government service revolver trials of 1873 by colt's patent firearms manufacturing company, today colt’s manufacturing. Originally shipped from the factory as a sequential serial numbered pair with 7.
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The colt single action army (also known as the model p , peacemaker , m1873 , single action army , saa, ) is a single action revolver with a revolving cylinder holding six metallic cartridges. There is a ding on top of the front sight as well as. 44 special revolver 6 rounds 4.75 barrel.
End Labels Of.357 Magnum Revolver Were Red With Black Lettering As Shown Below.
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