Colt Single Action Army SAA Gen 1 Bisley 32 WCF 4.75" Barrel Circa 1907
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This Colt Bisley is a remarkable piece of history, crafted over a century ago in 1907. With a 4 3/4" barrel and chambered in .32 WCF, this revolver is a classic representation of the Old West. The checkered hard rampant Colt grips add an authentic touch and provide a secure hold for a comfortable shooting experience.
While it shows some signs of wear consistent with its age and use, this Bisley is still a formidable and reliable firearm. The barrel, ejector housing, and grip straps retain some of the original blue finish, fading gracefully to a gray patina. The six-shot fluted cylinder and receiver display a charming patina of gray and brown, with only a few spots of light pitting. The bore retains some rifling and shows signs of light pitting.
This Bisley has a fascinating history of being originally acquired from farmhouses throughout Maine and descended through the family, making it a unique and valuable addition to any collection of antique firearms. Its character and authenticity are unmatched, and it represents a rare opportunity to own a piece of the Old West. Despite its fair condition, this revolver remains an impressive example of Colt's renowned craftsmanship and attention to detail.
|Barrel Length||4 3/4"|
|Grip||Checkered hard rampant Colt grips|
|Finish||Blue & case colored|
|Year of Manufacture||1907|