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  1. For sale is a beautiful pair of USFA Rodeo revolvers chambered in .45 Colt.  They are both well into the serial number range (E134 & E710) of those manufactured with ALL USA MADE PARTS.  They have 4.75" barrels with excellent bores.  Case hardened hammers.  They exemplify the ultra smooth action and high level of craftsmanship that USFA was known for.  The screw heads are a deep blue and unmolested.  They come with their serialized factory USFA boxes.  The factory hinged box for S/N E134 is in excellent condition, with both foam inserts, a burgundy sock and factory paperwork.   The factory hinged box for S/N E710 is in very good condition, with one foam insert, a brown sock and factory paperwork.  These are really nice revolvers- which get more difficult to find as time goes by, especially in this condition.  I am selling them as a pair this weekend, primarily due to the difficulty of finding two ALL USA MADE Rodeo's in the same caliber and barrel length.  I may consider listing them separately next week if not sold as a pair by then.  $2,250 plus $35 shipping/insurance to your FFL (CONUS).

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  2. ***SPF***  I have for sale a beautiful pair of USFA Rodeo revolvers chambered in .45 Colt.  They are both well into the serial number ranges (D434 & G802) of those made with ALL USA parts, and completely assembled in the USA.  They have 5.5" barrels with excellent bores.  Experience that ultra smooth action and  craftsmanship that USFA was known for.  The screw heads are a deep blue, and completely unmolested.  They come with their factory USFA boxes, labeled by serial number.  S/N D434 has the cardboard outer box and and the inner 'hinged' box (both show wear), however it is missing it's 'sock' and paperwork.  S/N G802 has a very nice 'lift off lid' inner box, it's 'sock' and all USFA factory paperwork.  These are exceptionally nice revolvers- which will get scarcer and scarcer as time goes by.  I am selling them as a pair this weekend, primarily due to the difficulty of finding two ALL USA made Rodeo's in the same caliber and barrel length.  I may consider listing them separately next week if not sold as a pair by then.  $2,200 plus $35 shipping/insurance to your FFL.  

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  3. ***SPF*** For sale is an excellent early G Series (1971) Colt Peacemaker .22.  The Colt Peacemaker .22 was a steel framed, color case hardened, 7/8 replica of the famed Colt SAA.  It has a 6" barrel with a very nice bore, and is chambered in .22 Magnum caliber.  The early G Series (1971-1972) are known for their vibrant color case hardening.  The overall blue steel finish is excellent.  The screws are a deep blue and unmolested.  The grips are very, very nice.  All in all a super nice example of this model Colt.  If you haven't had the pleasure of owning/shooting one of these little Colt's you need to get one in your gun safe!  No box, paperwork or extra cylinder.  $650 plus $30 shipping and insurance to your FFL (CONUS).

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  4. For sale is a really, really nice "JM" marked 'Cowboy Limited' rifle chambered in .45 Colt.  It has a 20" octagonal barrel with crisp Ballard rifling, a gold bead front sight and a white diamond Buckhorn rear sight.  The wood is like new and the blued steel finish is excellent.  This is a Marlin factory built rifle (pre-Remington).  You would have to look hard to find a nicer example.  $995 plus shipping & insurance to your FFL. 

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  5. 3 hours ago, El Hombre Sin Nombre said:

    You are not mistaken. It certainly has been a buyers market over the last year or two when it comes to single actions. I believe amongst the root causes is the fact that colt is pumping out SAA much more frequently since they reorganized and with Standard introducing there single action, well there are just more options now. 

     

    That seems like a reasonable analysis.  I sure was surprised when I looked at the current pricing.


  6. I haven't been tracking USFA pricing for awhile and just went to list a few Rodeo revolvers which I am not using.  I went back a few months on the Forum Classified's to look at current values and was kind of surprised that the sold/for sale prices seem to be lower than a couple of years ago.  Am I mistaken, or has there been a drop in value as of late?

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