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SOLD: Colt/Turnbull 3rd Gen SAA blued .45LC 5 1/2" barrel

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SOLD!

 

Howdy pards,

 

Selling my Colt Single Action Army.

 

.45 Colt with 5 1/2" barrel.

 

Model P1850

 

After putting a box of cowboy loads through it I sent it to Doug Turnbull for the following work:

 

  1. 1  32628
    Colt SAA 5 1/2'' .45 s/n S74145A

  2. 2  DASS Disassemble, Clean

  3. 3  POLISH
    Polish all parts for correct finish

  4. 4  CC
    Color Case Harden frame and loading gate.

  5. 5  HB
    Hot Blue Colt SAA parts

  6. 6  NB
    Nitre Blue base pin, screws, trigger

  7. 7  GRIPS
    One Piece Deluxe Walnut grips.

  8. 8  ASSEMBLY
    Oil, Grease, Reassemble.

The cost for the above work :  $1375.00

 

(I'm not a huge fan of the stock grips so Doug's team made custom one piece walnut grips for it.  I figured since I had it there I might as well have them do their Turnbull SAA job on it.)

 

I have not shot it once I received it back from Turnbull.  Went straight into the safe.

 

The action is slick with a crisp trigger break.

 

Comes with everything from the factory including Colt blue box and white outer sleeve.

 

I'm moving over to black powder and continue to collect Colt 2nd Gen percussion guns so I'm selling this.

 

Price:  $2000 (includes shipping)

 

Will ship from my FFL to your FFL.  Local pickup if in VA.

 

I will accept discrete Paypal friends and family, money order, certified funds (bank check, etc.)

 

First pard to post "I'll take it" in the forum will be the one who receives it regardless of emails.

 

Please email me at schofield1875@yahoo.com if interested.

 

Thanks.

 

 - marshal jed

 

 

 

 

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Nice work on this SAA.  Just out of curiosity, why redo the CCH on such a recent production gun?

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Colt tends to do a “dull” case coloring which is correct for Colt.

 

I’m partial to the Turnbull case colors.

 

I also had Turnbull do my 1873 Winchester..

 

Just preference in my case.

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To answer some questions:

 

Yes, I have the Turnbull work order.

 

Date of manufacture:  I believe 2014 or so (doesn't come up in the Colt online database.)

 

I've had Turnbull do several guns of mine.  Since the turnaround is long I generally have him do the full package to the gun since he already has it.  Again, that is just my preference.  It may be overkill to some folks but I like the way they turn out.  To each his own as they say.

 

- marshal jed

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I sent you a PM, Irish Pat, sass 19486

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If it has a removable cylinder bushing, I'll take it.

 

Do you have the original grips?

 

Duc

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McCandless,

 

It does have the removable cylinder bushing and includes original grips.

 

email me at schofield1875@yahoo.com for details.

 

Thanks.

 

-marshal

 

 

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Great price for a beautiful colt. Damn you tax man!

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