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    Antique Guns- Antique Colt SAA built to order- Up coming- previously sold

    I now have trader status on CGN so Im making a list of Colts and other antiques that I have sold and guns on their way. If you are looking for a custom restored antique Colt SAA I can have one built to your specs at very competitive prices. These guns are completely refinished with new modern steel barrels and cylinders and new springs, hammers and triggers as required, colt letters also available at cost. (:barrel length 4-3/4, 5-1/2, 7-1/2, calber: .38 special, .44 special,.45 ACP, .45 schofield etc, and finish: all blued, blued and case hardened, nickel plated, and gips: one piece walnut, original eagles, repro eagles, antique pearls when available. Frame years depend on availability (all are numbers matching with good markings). PM for price quotes. Guns can be built with a 25% deposit and approx 3 month turnaround time. Please do not respond to this thread.


    SOLD Fully restored cased pair of Antique 38 special 4-3/4" blued and case hardened Colt SAA's in display case:





    JUST SOLD 1894 Colt SAA Fully restored blued and case hardened .38 special:




    1883 Old restoration Colt SAA in .44 special 7-1/2" barrel blued and case hardened for US calvary gun DFC inspectors mark


    SOLD: Nickel plated S and W .44 russian double action


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    Two line address Remington over/under derringer with antique pearl grips:



    Remington Elliot ring finger 4 barrel nickel derringer:



    SOLD: 1889 Colt SAA .41 LC



    SOLD Original Colt SAA in .41 LC with original Colt grips and Colt letter


    SOLD Restored blued and case hardened .41 LC 1891 Colt SAA with Colt Letter



    SOLD Restored blue and case hardened .38 special 4-3/4" barrel 1897 Colt


    SOLD Restored deep dark blue 1896 Colt SAA .38 special 5-1/2 barrel



    pics of the last two side by side:


    SOLD 1891 Colt SAA in .41 LC period renickel not restored by me


    SOLD Pair of nickel Colt SAA 1891 in .44 special, 1891 in .41 LC


    SOLD .455 webley mk2


    SOLD .45ACP webley mk2


    SOLD .476 Webley WG with minty bores and cylinders and original flap holster



    SOLD/TRADED H & A young american, Frank Wesson Over/Under derringer, Star 4 barrel derringer, Colt single shot derringer
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    bump

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    Hi I am interested in your guns.my e mail is starranches@gmail.com please let me know what you have.

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    I'm probably at least a year away from having the coin, but how much for a built:

    - antique status
    - Colt SAA
    - smokeless frame
    - new cylinder
    - new barrel (4.00" or shorter)
    - in .44Special

    Plain Jane matte blueing or even (gasp) a subdued powdercoating (black or gunmetal grey)? A little pitting in the frame is no problem, and modern grips would be just fine - actually, better than originals.

    Reliability and ability to shoot a hot .44Special round would be my preference. Minute-of-Grizzly accuracy required. A good trigger would be nice.

    For me, this is the holy grail - are we talking unobtanium here, or is there a price where you'd be willing to put something like that together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagnerb View Post
    I'm probably at least a year away from having the coin, but how much for a built:

    - antique status
    - Colt SAA
    - smokeless frame
    - new cylinder
    - new barrel (4.00" or shorter)
    - in .44Special

    Plain Jane matte blueing or even (gasp) a subdued powdercoating (black or gunmetal grey)? A little pitting in the frame is no problem, and modern grips would be just fine - actually, better than originals.

    Reliability and ability to shoot a hot .44Special round would be my preference. Minute-of-Grizzly accuracy required. A good trigger would be nice.

    For me, this is the holy grail - are we talking unobtanium here, or is there a price where you'd be willing to put something like that together?

    Please send me PM's for quotes

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    Have 3 Colt SAA .38 special antiques coming at the beginning of November. All three have 7-1/2" barrels, one is blued two are engraved.

    Just Sold:Gorgeous blue Webley WG in .476. This gun is like new mechanically and has 85% original bluing with beautiful wood grips. This Webley has an amazingly smooth double action trigger.

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    Just sold:






    Older restoration 1897 Colt SAA in 41 LC. This gun is the one of only two years (1996,1897) that colt produced the smokeless transitional crosspin frame that are considered antique by Canadian law. Mechanically excellent. Real Colt grips. Comes with Colt Factory letter. $SPF or Can be converted to .44 Special with new colt parts for $SPF total.



    Colt 1873 SAA in 38 Special 4-3/4" Barrel all numbers matching all colt parts including real colt grips. Gorgeous gun. $SPF

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    For Sale:[SIZE=4]Colt SAA 44 Special caliber manufactured in 1895 in Hartford, Connecticut with a 4 3/4" inch barrel 100% re-nickel and good markings on the frame. The serial number is good on the frame, back strap, and trigger guard and are all matching. Fire blue screws, , excellent and original Eagle hard rubber grips ($500 USD value), mechanically excellent. New 4-3/4" modern steel 44 special Colt barrel and cylinder are being installed. Comes with a factory letter ($150 USD value). Will arrive in Canada at the end of November/beginning of December. Serial Number 1597XX

    Gun can be reserved with $SOLD deposit.[/SIZE]

    $SOLD (Note: pictures show original barrel and cylinder as the new ones are being installed right now)









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    Three restored antiques, a 38 special and two 44 special crosspin frames







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    Two nickel SAA both with pearls Top one's a 41 LC sold bottom one's a 44 special keeper


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