COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY
COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

SKU GDC0000002454

used excellent

Used Price

$1,799.99 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Colt Single Action Army is a family of single-action revolvers chambered in more than 30 different calibers. The standard U.S. military revolver from 1873-1892, the Single Action Army was used in the Mexican-American War, among others. The revolvers have either a 3", 4.75", 5.5”, or 7.5” barrel. “The Gun That Won the West” was also the preferred side arm of General George Patton throughout his career.

● Single-action revolver
● Spur hammer
● U.S. military trusted for two decades
● Chambered in more than 30 calibers

Seller Description

This 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army Mid-Range has a serial number, SN 44403SA, that dates it to 1967. Chambered in .45 Colt, it is in excellent condition and includes the original black wood grips with a volant eagle shield. This gun was born during the SAA's great rebirth at the height of the "Gunsmoke" era which rekindled the design’s popularity on the commercial market.

UPC GDC0000002454
Caliber 45 LC
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 7.5 BARREL
Weight 2.4













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