Identified Colt SAA
Guns International #: 100590890 Seller's Inventory #: 192
Category: Colt Revolvers - Single Action Army - 1st. Gen - Colt Revolvers - Single Action
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Member Since: 2/18/11
First Name: Anthony
Country: United States
Phone: (773) 255-4471
Number of Active Listings: 24
Total Number of Listings: 1475
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Credit Card, Cashiers Check
This revolver was once owned by a man named Albert Crone and comes with a noterised letter from a family member along with an original Colt factory letter. Mr Crone was an Indian agent for the Wind River Indian agency and a stagecoach driver between Rawlins and Walcott in Wyoming. He is mentioned in the book "Tough Country" written by Gay Day Alcorn. The gun was originally shipped to Simmons Hardware in St Louis on April 15, 1899. This was still a wild and wooley time in the old west. Wearing a 5 1/2" barrel and chambered in 38-40 with a bright and shiney bore, the action is tight as a drum. Still retains a generous amount of original blue. Comes with an original leather holster. Here's a true wild west revolver that was used but not abused.
Serial Number: 185228
Barrels: 5 1/2