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Found 8 results

  1. Vintage Brauer and Bros of St. Louis Holster. According to the charts I found on line this is for a Colt Official Police with a 5” barrel. It came with a holster belt I picked up used for my son. $45 shipped in the US. Now $40 shipped
  2. This holster I made for a ROA with a conversion cylinder. It also fits a S&W (Navy Arms, etc.) Schofield, 7.5 inch Super Blackhawk (pictured), or a 7.5 inch Colt SAA. Loops are 44/45. Size is a XXL but can easily be cut down. $57 SHIPPED. Without pistol. If you want the whole package, contact me for details.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a Colt SAA - 1st generation 45. I don't own one, and don't see how my gun collection can be complete without one! I'm not going to shoot it. Just visit it in the safe regularly and take it out for BBQ's to show friends. Since I'm likely to do this only once, I want one that is all original - and if there is a great story behind it ... well then, all the better. I am partial to the 4 3/4" barrel. And ... in the event that you have two of them and don't want to split them up, I would consider that as well. Have a great day and shoot straight!
  4. Offered for sale are a pair of early 3rd generation caliber .45 Colt SAA revolvers. Built in 1979, both guns have a blue/case finish and 5 1/2" barrels. Other than factory testing these guns have never been turned, cocked or holstered. Original box with styrofoam inserts and paperwork included with each gun. Asking $1,800 each plus the cost of shipping the guns to your FFL license holder.
  5. I have a Ruger Old Model Vaquero 45 LC for for sale. As you can see in the following pictures it is in good condition including the case coloring. I am asking $425 plus actual shipping to an FFL. Hope this works for you! Whiskey Kid
  6. Colt 3rd gen, manufactured in 2007 as best I can tell, 45 colt, 4 3/4" barrel. Has had maybe 50 rounds through it, in 99%+ condition, no finish wear, slight rubbing on left side of hammer, no turn marks on cylinder, original box included. 1500$, shipping and insurance included to CONUS. Hate to sell it, but price of oil needs to come back up.
  7. Beautifully carved gun rig for 7 ½” Colt Single Action Army revolvers (will also fit new model Vaqueros) by John Day Cattle Company Texas. This is a rare rig as the craftsman, Al Jensen, made leather in Houston for several years starting in the early 90's next door to Cimarron’s Houston location before moving to Montana in the early part of the century (2001); to my knowledge he no longer builds leather rigs. I do not believe this has been worn as there are no stress marks on the belt. The belt measures 48” overall with holes from 39” to 44” and is fully carved and lined with a clip point buckle and appears to be lined with suede. It is 3 ¼” wide with cartridge loops for 44/45. The holsters are single loop with Cheyenne plugs and also beautifully carved and border stamped. This was a quite expensive rig when new and I will sell for $399 $350 plus $15 shipping. Thank you for looking.
  8. Beautifully carved gun rig for 7 ½” Colt Single Action Army revolvers (will also fit new model Vaqueros) by John Day Cattle Company Texas. This is a rare rig as the craftsman, Al Jensen, made leather in Houston for several years starting in the early 90's next door to Cimarron’s Houston location before moving to Montana in the early part of the century (2001); to my knowledge he no longer builds leather rigs. I do not believe this has been worn as there are no stress marks on the belt. The belt measures 48” overall with holes from 39” to 44” and is fully carved and lined with a clip point buckle and appears to be lined with suede. It is 3 ¼” wide with cartridge loops for 44/45. The holsters are single loop with Cheyenne plugs and also beautifully carved and border stamped. This was a quite expensive rig when new and I will sell for $399 plus $15 shipping. Thank you for looking.
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