Colt single action army dating
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In all, from 1873 until 1892, when the Colt Single Action Army was replaced with the 1892 Colt Army and Navy Model double-action .38-caliber revolvers, a total of 8,000 Smith & Wesson Schofields were purchased by the Army.
By contrast, during this same period, 39,063 SAAs were ordered by the government.
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I just bought this gun from a friend of mine, his father (He was a commercial pilot) had it stored away so it has not been fired for a long time. By entering this site you declare you are 18 or older, you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.
There is a reason "Army" is a part of the nomenclature of the famous Colt Single Action Army.
The revolver was not only the first cartridge-firing revolver developed for the United States armed forces, it was also the Army's first .45-caliber sidearm.
It has been used but it is in very good shape, the grips are a little worn out, one more thing: the grips dont have the eagle only the colt logo......... Jorge G First generation (the original) Colt Single Action Army revolvers did not have letters as part of their serial numbers; later generations did.
With replaced barrel and cylinder, the gun probably has very little collector value, but it should be an excellent shooter and should still be worth 0 or so.