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|Manufacture Date||Circa 1878 - 1907 (51,210 Mfg.)|
|Metal Condition||Fair to good - some evidence of original blueing and with some lite dings, scratches, freckling and patina|
|Weight||2 Lbs 3 Ozs|
|Sights||Simple open - Blade front and V notch rear|
|Bore Condition||Fair to good|
|Gun Library||Louisville, KY|
|Barrel||5 1/2 Inch|
|Wood Condition||Grips are in good condition.|
|Stock||Black checkered hard rubber grips with rampant pony logos|
Description: The 1878 series revolver used the same barrel , ejector parts, and a very similar cylinder as the Single Action Army. The cylinder on this revolver is loose; however, it locks up tight when the trigger is pulled. The timing seems to be correct. The barrel is marked "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG CO HARTFORD CT. U.S.A." and "455 ELEY.".
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