Brand new: Hudson
Colt S.A.A. 45
4 3/4" Barrel (Civilian)
Hudson S.A.A. .45 videos
Brand new Hudson: Colt S.A.A. .45 Civilian (4 3/4in barrel)
Includes: Hudson packaging (box/instructions) 6x reusable Hudson Colt .45 cartridges.
A great classic Single Action Army .45 replica made by Hudson in heavyweight abs & zinc alloy parts, feels cold to the touch. Includes real wood grips.
Operates like the real thing / can be stripped down like a real S.A.A. revolver
This classic version model weighs in at approx 800 grams (loaded)
Brand new and includes 6 reusable cartridges, box/ instructions. Cartridges take 1x 7mm PFC cap (not included) which produce a loud bang!! and smoke and sparks out the barrel.
This is the Civilian version : Barrel length: 4 3/4 Inches
The original Colt SAA (Single Action Army) .45 was first produced in 1873 and is one of the few revolvers still in production today.
The SAA was used by the US military from it's introduction through the Spanish American War & Philippine insurrection.
This classic model was unquestionably the most popular revolver of late 1800s and can be seen in most if not all cowboy films and is often referred to as the gun that won the west.
It was favoured by the U.S. army and cavalry and by most law enforcers such as The Earp Brothers, Masterson Brothers, Pat Garrett as well as "Buffalo Bill" Cody and Jesse James to name a few, the list goes on.
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PFC Primer caps: €11.00 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) These are needed to make the bang, smoke
Peacemaker Pearl Grips : €56.35 / £38.95
Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case: €30.45 / £22.95
Colt SAA revolvers have been produced as Single Action Army and Buntline models . . . standard models have a round top frame . . . barrel lengths are 4 3/4, 5 1/2, and 7 1/2 inches. The Buntline model came with a 12 inch barrel but was otherwise similar to the regular SAA.
The SAA uses a hammer mounted firing pin, and a loading gate in the left side of the frame gives access for loading and unloading. The steel ejector rod housing is located on the lower right side of the barrel, aligned with the loading gate.
The fluted cylinder is easily removed for cleaning . . . and can be removed from the right side of the frame.
To eject fired cases from a Colt single action revolver, the hammer is put in its half-cock position . . . the cylinder is manually rotated . . . so that a stroke of the spring loaded ejector rod can knock out the case. Loading is likewise accomplished one chamber at a time