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    Re: Colt 1860 Army

    Here is a very nice Colt New Frontier in .44 Special, one of the last I would part with.IMG_1963.jpg

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    Re: Colt 1860 Army

    In one of my not so better moments I traded this Colt SAA .45 ,it was ordered by me in 94 from custom shop .Had a custom El Paso Saddelry holster made for it too. I plan to get another some time I hope.
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    Re: Colt 1860 Army

    Quote Originally Posted by WaM14gunner View Post
    Here is a very nice Colt New Frontier in .44 Special, one of the last I would part with.IMG_1963.jpg
    Beautiful indeed, looks like something Elmer Keith would sport !
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    Re: Colt 1860 Army

    .44 SPL? You are more hard core than me.

    I've had a thing for lever actions for a long time. I get the conflict between Colt and Winchester over the caliber. That said, if I sratched that it itch it would be a repro Winchester M1873 in .45 Colt. Same goes for the SAA revolver.

    Yeah, I'm a dummy.

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