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Livingston's Cowboy Connection ~ Old West Collectibles & Gallery
1873 Winchester Smoothbore 1873 Winchester Smoothbore
Ultra rare 1873 Winchester Smoothbore also letters to Lyman Jack front sight, shows Indian usage.
Octagon Barrel, Plain trigger. Great Patina on the old tacks
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7 1/2" Pearl Grips Colt SAA , Holster and Knife 7 1/2" Pearl Grips Colt SAA , Holster and Knife
Great looking rig, 7 1/3" Colt, letters to .45c, serial #364XX,Nickle, shipped to B. Kittredge & co. Cincinnati,OH May 11, 1877. Early colt with very nice pearl grips, good bore. The Knife is Alexander Sheffield, also very nice, with a slim Jim holster, the 3 loops show silver wire thread. Call for more information
Antique Colt SAA Antique Colt SAA
Great old Colt SAA serial # 135XXX, Letters to .41 cal,(.41 rare in antique colt) 5 1/2", Blue, Shipped to Hibbard, Spencer, Barlett & Co. Chicago, IL November, 14, 1890. Locks up tight, original grips, good bore, Lots of trace color, NRA very good to excellent, 60+ %.
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Colt SAA .45 Colt SAA .45
Colt SAA .45 cal,serial # 159XXX, letters to 4 3/4", Blue, rubber grips, Shipped to E.C. Meacham, St. Louis, MO January, 28, 1895. Fine condition,30/40%, retains lots of trace case color in protected areas, Honest gun, all original, locks up tight. call for more information
Engraved Henry Rifle Engraved Henry Rifle
Engraved Martially Inspected Henry Lever Action Rifle. Serial no. 3056, .44 caliber, 24-inch barrel with brass front sight and ladder type rear sight. Top flat marked: Henry's Patent Oct. 16, 1860/Manufactured by New Haven Arms Co. New Haven, Ct. Right side of barrel at breech marked: C.G.C./H. Period Scroll-engraved brass frame. Only a handful of...
Factory Engraved Marlin Factory Engraved Marlin
No. 82 Standard 1875 3" barrel Marlin. call for more information
Rare "RAC" over run Colt Rare "RAC" over run Colt
Colt SAA serial # 131585, letters to 32/20 cal., 4 3/4", Blue, Rubber grips, shipped to E.C. Meacham Arms Company, St. Louis, Missouri, July, 30, 1890. Retains 40% case color, locks up tight, all original. Call for more information