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Offline StrawHat

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Re: Is it still OK to post Colt revolvers here?
« Reply #15 on: March 29, 2016, 04:03:59 AM »
Here are the Uberti 60s and 61s that I am holding for the next owner.  The 61s are the older ones imported by Replica.  I wish I could find iron guards for the 60s.

One of the 61s is missing a piece from the grip.

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Re: Is it still OK to post Colt revolvers here?
« Reply #16 on: April 27, 2016, 03:20:49 PM »
Here are the Uberti 60s and 61s that I am holding for the next owner.  The 61s are the older ones imported by Replica.  I wish I could find iron guards for the 60s.

One of the 61s is missing a piece from the grip.

Kevin

Sorry, late to the thread.

What's that 1861 Navy (2nd from bottom) doing with a squareback steel TG?   ;) ;)

You said it was a Replica Arms pistol, and they did some different stuff with some trigger guards early on, on many models. That's what I like about collectible modern Italian replicas. One never knows what folks will come up with, or what folks (like me) mix and match parts.

I like visiting Dr. Jim L. Davis' replica site very much.

What is the date code?

I'm thinking it might be an ASM. Correct me if I am wrong.

I have always been a sucker for SB TG's. I like it!

Thanks for your pic.

Jim


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Re: Is it still OK to post Colt revolvers here?
« Reply #17 on: April 29, 2016, 05:40:12 AM »
Sorry, late to the thread.

What's that 1861 Navy (2nd from bottom) doing with a squareback steel TG?   ;) ;)

You said it was a Replica Arms pistol, and they did some different stuff with some trigger guards early on, on many models. That's what I like about collectible modern Italian replicas. One never knows what folks will come up with, or what folks (like me) mix and match parts.

I like visiting Dr. Jim L. Davis' replica site very much.

What is the date code?

I'm thinking it might be an ASM. Correct me if I am wrong.

I have always been a sucker for SB TG's. I like it!

Thanks for your pic.

Jim

I am in Chicago for a couple of more days so I can not give the date stamp but I believe they were both from 1970-1972 era, just before Replica, Marietta, sold to Navy Arms.  Both revolvers are Uberti's.  I was not aware ASM made an 1861.

The square guard is the way she came from the factory.  I like the pair and the replaced an origianl set of 61's I sold when in my teens.

Kevin
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