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SOLD at 2011 May 26 @ 15:50UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Colt Single Action Army revolver, .45 caliber, 4-3/4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard-rubber grips, shipped to Pinney & Robinson, Phoenix, AZ, January 19th 1920, three guns in shipment, serial#337997, all features confirmed by factory letter except grips not listed. This is a scarce shipping destination and in 40 years of cataloging Colts we have only see one other Single Action shipped to this smalldealer. The pistol remains in original good to very good condition showing 40-60% original blue and case hardening, evenly drifting and toning, with some scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting and stillsome good bright blue and colorful areas. The grips show some even wear from carry, the markings are sharp, the edges crisp, the front sight is its full height and shark-fin shape. The hammer shows traces of casehardening, the action good, the bore bright. AZ was only a state for 8 years when this single action was delivered. There is some minor erosion on the back of the left recoil shield and backstrap. Note: Pinney & Robinson