Where did the colt Scout 22 Magnum come from?

Where did the colt Scout 22 Magnum come from?

The included factory letter confirms the serial number, caliber, barrel length, finish, factory rosewood grips, and January 27, 1968 date of shipment to Manlers Hardware Inc. of Faribault, Minnesota as a single gun shipment. With craft style box hand numbered to gun.

How can I find the serial number of a colt?

Enter the serial number, without spaces or dashes, to search the database. If multiple models appear for your serial number simply match the date with the appropriate model, as certain vintage firearms can share serial numbers between different models.

How is the condition of a colt Scout revolver?

NB – EXCELLENT- near new condition 95% – 98%, used but little, no noticeable marring of wood or metal, bluing near perfect (some wear at muzzle or sharp edges can be expected).

Where can I buy a letter of authenticity for a colt?

If your firearm does not appear in the listing, please understand that this is not a comprehensive database. If you wish to purchase a Letter of Authenticity with more definitive information for your firearm, please contact Colt Archive Properties, LLC.

What kind of gun is the Colt Buntline?

Colt Commemorative Peacemaker Buntline U.S. Constitution 2nd Amendment 22 Long Caliber Revolver in Display Box. 700.00.$. This nickel and blue colt with upgrade grips, has been sho… (read more) Model-SAA-Buntline 3rd gen in 44spl with 12″bbl,factory nickel finishwith wood grip,1980-vintage,100% new and unfired,no box.

When did the Colt Frontier Scout come out?

Introduced in 1957, the Colt Frontier Scout was a single action revolver aimed at satisfying Americans’ hunger for the Old West. Ruger’s Single Six had hit the ground running when it had come out a few years earlier, and Colt wanted to get in on that action. While their price was higher than Ruger’s, Colt […]

How big is the barrel on a colt Scout?

(Photo © Russ Chastain) Colt said the Scouts came with barrels of 4-3/4 and 9-1/2 inches, but they usually measure about 1/16″ shy of spec. Long-barreled versions were marked “Buntline Scout” (sans Frontier), but can often be found listed under Frontier Scout in gun books.