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The Mexican Colt?
Just when you thought you’ve seen everything, you find another rock layer.
At first glance most people think that the pictured revolver is a Colt Single Action Army Model of 1873. The ubiquitous Peacemaker with its plough handle shaped grip, three screws in the frame and distinctive lines has been an iconic revolver for nearly a century and a half.
We have one just like it. Right down to the bone grips. Ours has no front sight or ejector rod housing, and based on our research that was how the majority of these revolvers were made.
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