Colt Single Action ArmyĀ® Revolver;
The Gun that Won the West
Introduced in 1873, no Colt revolver has earned greater fame than the Single Action ArmyĀ®, The PeacemakerĀ®. In design and performance, in line and form, no more sculptural and practical Colt has ever been created. Movies serve as constant reminders of the role this equalizer played in winning the West.
Large numbers of knock-offs and look-alikes have never been able to replace the real Colt. Records on the SAA Revolver are a Who's Who of action-oriented Americans of the late 19th and early 20th centuries including Buffalo Bill Cody, Theodore Roosevelt, Judge Roy Bean, Pawnee Bill Lilly, Captain Jack Crawford, Pat Garrett and General George Patton.
Fixed Front Blade with U-Notch Rear
Polished Spur Hammer
Black Composite Eagle Stocks
2nd Generation Style Cylinder Bushing
Blue/Color Case Hardened or Nickel Finish
Available Barrel Lengths:
4 Ā¾ā€¯ Barrel Length, 10 Ā¼ā€¯ Overall Length
5 Ā½ā€¯ Barrel Length, 11ā€¯ Overall Length
7 Ā½ā€¯ Barrel Length, 13ā€¯ Overall Length