Colt Single Action Army 44-40 Win Revolver (13310R)

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The official letter from Colt historian, Kathleen Hoyt,

has this gun being originally manufactured

and shipped to England in November of 1891.


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Colt Single Action Army Revolver 44-40 Collectible


This first generation, original in 70% plus condition Colt Single Action Army Revolver 44-40 Collectible

is chambered in 44/40 the cylinder bores are in great condition.

The barrel bore has a few spots of neglect but overall is very good for its age.



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Wikipedia Snippet


The Single Action Army became available in standard barrel lengths of 4¾ inch, 5½ inch, as well as the Cavalry standard, original 7½ inch.

The shorter barrelled revolvers are sometimes called the “Civilian” or “Gunfighter” model (4¾ inch) and the Artillery Model (5½ inch).

There was also a variant with a sub-4-inch barrel, without an ejector rod, unofficially called the “Sheriff’s Model”, “Banker’s Special”, or “Storekeeper”.

From 1875 until 1880 Colt marketed a single-action revolver in .44 rimfire Henry calibre in a separate number range from no. 1 to 1,863.

A “Flattop Target Model” was listed in Colt’s catalogues from 1890 to 1898.

Colt manufactured 914 of these revolvers with a frame that was flat on top and fitted with an adjustable leaf rear sight.

The front sight consisted of a base with an interchangeable blade


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