We are selling a 1st generation Colt Single Action Army chambered in 32-20 (32 WCF). This one was built in 1907 and has a 5 1/2" barrel. The blueing on the barrel is thinning and worn in some places butt there is still a fair amount of case coloring on the frame. There's quite a bit of blue and case color for being over a hundred years old, but I think there's too much wear for it to be refinished like so many of these, a lot of times you see them "too good to be true" but this one looks very geniune. It looks like somebody was really slipping off of the one screw on the left side of the frame because there are some thin but kind of deepish scratches around it. The screws however are pretty nice so maybe that's not it, but those scratches radiate out from around that screw for whatever reason. The bore on this gun looks extraordinary. The chambers look good too except for one with some rust in it, it locks up very tight as well. All in all considering it's age it's in pretty darn good shape, especially considering it's a SAA, usually when you find something expensive like that it's either all beat up or molested. All the numbers match and I believe everything's original. Due to the nature of this thing, and this is always our policy, but if you buy it and aren't happy we'll sure take it back (minus our expenses such as shipping, credit card fees, ect.) and if we misrepresented it we'll refund all of that stuff as well. Let me know if you specific questions or need closer pictures of something, I tried to get different angles with and without the flash so you can get a good idea of the overall condition.
Shipping is $25 to the lower 48 states.