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WTS - Four Stainless Steel Uberti Colt's Wth new Pictures (Update)

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Life and circumstances are always changing.  For the past 15 years I've been trying to track down as many of the Uberti Stainless Steel Colt's as I can.  So Far, I've identified 36 worldwide.  Being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in August last year has caused me to rethink my shooting and collecting efforts.  As a result, I am going to sell 6 of my Stainless Colt's.  I'd prefer to sell them in one lot for $2,500.00; but, will sell them separately for $500 each.  All were made by Uberti between 1983 and 1987; 5 were importd by Allen Firearms, Santa Fe NM; one was imported by Southwest Muzzeleloading Supply of Angleton, TX.  some have Treso cones in addition to the original SS cones, some have been shot; all are LNIB condition.  The list is:

 

1851 Navy, Square back Trigger guard Revolver, Cal. .36 *
1860 Army, Military, Cut For Stock, Cal. .44 *    SOLD
1861 Navy, Military, Cut For Stock, Revolver, Cal. .36 *  SOLD
1862 Police, Semi-Fluted Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 4 ½”
1862 Police, Semi-Fluted Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 5 ½”*
1862 Pocket Navy, Rebated Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 5 ½”*

 

If interested contact fingersmcgee@charter.net

 

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4 hours ago, Fingers McGee said:

Life and circumstances are always changing.  For the past 15 years I've been trying to track down as many of the Uberti Stainless Steel Colt's as I can.  So Far, I've identified 36 worldwide.  Being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in August last year has caused me to rethink my shooting and collecting efforts.  As a result, I am going to sell 6 of my Stainless Colt's.  I'd prefer to sell them in one lot for $3,500.00; but, will sell them separately for $500 each.  All were made by Uberti between 1983 and 1987; 5 were importd by Allen Firearms, Santa Fe NM; one was imported by Southwest Muzzeleloading Supply of Angleton, TX.  some have Treso cones in addition to the original SS cones, some have been shot; all are LNIB condition.  The list is:

 

1851 Navy, Square back Trigger guard Revolver, Cal. .36 *
1860 Army, Military, Cut For Stock, Cal. .44 *
1861 Navy, Military, Cut For Stock, Revolver, Cal. .36 *
1862 Police, Semi-Fluted Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 4 ½”
1862 Police, Semi-Fluted Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 5 ½”*
1862 Pocket Navy, Rebated Cylinder, Revolver, Cal. .36, Barrel 5 ½”*

 

If interested contact fingersmcgee@charter.net

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Sorry to hear of your medical issues. My prayers and condolences to you.

Don't want to stomp on any deals you may have pending but if your asking is $3500 for 6, why would you be willing to short sell at $3000 ($500 each x 6) if sold individually. Singles take more effort/time/shipping/FFL etc usually.

Just watching out for ya and hoping you get a fair price/deal.

 

Regards

:FlagAm: :FlagAm: :FlagAm:

Gateway Kid

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Am I developing eye problems or does the 61 navy have a square back trigger guard?

Never saw that on a 61

Did it come that way or was it altered?

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Sent a e-mail on the 61 navy.

Hillbilly Jim

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mistake in typing

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Thanks for the heads-up Gateway, It was supposed to be $2,500 for all six or $500 esch.  The $3,500 was a typo.

The 1860 Army sold to Texas Lizard

The 1861 Navy sold to Hillbilly Jim

Grey Ghost., The 1861 came with the square back trigger guard.  The guy I bought it from said that was the way he got it.

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Still have the pocket pistols & '51 Navy.  Also have holsters for the pocket pistols.  Here are a couple more recent pictures:

 

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