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GUN OF THE DAY – Colt Single Action Army (4 ¾ barrel)   Want to see more Colt SAAs? Click here to visit our online galleries: http://bit.ly/1ATq3xA

GUN OF THE DAY – Colt Single Action Army (4 ¾ barrel) Want to see more Colt SAAs? Click here to visit our online galleries: http://bit.ly/1ATq3xA

Presentation Dragoons: Colt Third Model Dragoon Revolvers - Presentation engraved by Gustave Young for a member of the Mounted Rifles, this pair of six-shot percussion revolvers represents one of the finest sets given as a shooting prize by the Colt company. A total of 10,500 Third Model Dragoon revolvers were made from 1851-61. At the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Colt Third Model Dragoon - Presentation engraved by Gustave Young

American Colt M 1849 pocket revolver with a Japanese stamp in the barrel, the gun was in Japan when one of the Meiji period national roundup/registrations of weapons took place.

American Colt M 1849 pocket revolver with a Japanese stamp in the barrel, the gun was in Japan when one of the Meiji period national roundup/registrations of weapons took place.

Engraved Merwin & Hulbert – One gun that traveled from Missouri to Oregon in the 1880s is this engraved Merwin & Hulbert .38 revolver. Featuring “punch dot” and some finer engraving, this double-action also incorporated a folding hammer spur to for ease of pocket carry.  The mother-of-pearl grip panels weathered several moves around the west without chipping despite being carried daily by rancher Marshall Fisher.

Engraved Merwin & Hulbert – One gun that traveled from Missouri to Oregon in the 1880s is this engraved Merwin & Hulbert .38 revolver. Featuring “punch dot” and some finer engraving, this double-action also incorporated a folding hammer spur to for ease of pocket carry. The mother-of-pearl grip panels weathered several moves around the west without chipping despite being carried daily by rancher Marshall Fisher.

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Collector's Lot of Four Iver Johnson Spur Trigger Revolvers -A) Iver Johnson Favorite No. Revolver

Collector's Lot of Four Iver Johnson Spur Trigger Revolvers -A) Iver Johnson Favorite No.

Presentation Engraved Colt Dragoon Revolvers - Presented to George Hess, a member of Company C of the Mounted Rifles, this engraved set was part of the 10,500 gun production run of the 3rd Model Dragoon model by Colt from 1851 to 1861. But there couldn’t have been many others to match this set. At the #NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia.:

Presentation Engraved Colt Dragoon Revolvers - Presented to George Hess, a member of Company C of the Mounted Rifles, this engraved set was part of the gun production run of the Model Dragoon model by Colt from 1851 to

Colt Dragoon. "Well, if I had a horse pistol like that, I wouldn't be scared of no booger-man." -- John Wayne (True Grit)

Colt Dragoon one of the most expensive guns in the world

COLT'S SIDEHAMMER POCKET REVOLVER: Although actually designed by Sam Colt himself, the M1855/Root was unusual in that it was the only percussion Colt handgun built with a solid frame and a wrap-around one-piece grip. Offered in both .28 and .31 percussion caliber variations, this sidehammer Colt continued in production through the American Civil War until 1870, even if only around 45,000 examples were to be manufactured.

COLT'S SIDEHAMMER POCKET REVOLVER: Although actually designed by Sam Colt himself, the M1855/Root was unusual in that it was the only percussion Colt handgun built with a solid frame and a wrap-around one-piece grip. Offered in both .28 and .31 percussion caliber variations, this sidehammer Colt continued in production through the American Civil War until 1870, even if only around 45,000 examples were to be manufactured.

Vintage Smith & Wesson Photo | Four Antique Smith & Wesson Revolvers -A) Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 ...

Four Smith and Wesson Model 1 revolvers. The Model 1 went into production in 1857 using the patented machining technique of Rollin White. They chambered the short rimfire cartridge that Smith and Wesson developed for thier new revolver.

A silver inlaid German schuetzen target rifle by Emil Nordheim, late 19th century.

A silver inlaid German schuetzen target rifle by Emil Nordheim, late

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COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER: While most of the standard production run of the “Navy” Colt model came out of the Hartford factory with a 7.5 inch barrel, this c.1853-made engraved example with ivory grip panels is quite a bit shorter, coming in at just 4 inches. Custom presentation examples like this truncated Colt are extremely rare, but the small sideways “2” following the cylinder number may indicate that this revolver was one of a pair.

COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER: While most of the standard production run of the “Navy” Colt model came out of the Hartford factory with a 7.5 inch barrel, this c.1853-made engraved example with ivory grip panels is quite a bit shorter, coming in at just 4 inches. Custom presentation examples like this truncated Colt are extremely rare, but the small sideways “2” following the cylinder number may indicate that this revolver was one of a pair.

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