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Discussion in 'Other Guns' started by FOUR4D4, Jul 28, 2015.
Nice colts my Great Grand father was OW Ainsworth Arms inspector for Colt
The bright stainless Bisley Vaquero is a Ruger with a 5.5" barrel chambered in .357 Magnum...
The blued Peacemaker is a 3rd Generation Colt with a 4.75" barrel chambered in .45 Colt...
Pretty cool family lineage... Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders charged up San Juan Hill wielding the Colt 7.5" Artillery Model.
Artillery models can usually be identified by the original inspector's cartouche (such as the OWA or HN) on the left side of the grips and the cartouche of Rinaldo A. Carr (RAC), the inspector who inspected the refurbished guns, on the right side.
Shooter, that Vaquero is one of my favorites. I kick myself for getting rid of mine years ago.
Thanks Birddogyz...I enjoy shooting both those single actions.
Now your talking my language Shooter
John Brownings 1911
I'm hoping on getting a Sig Sauer P226 soon.
I'd like to get another 1911,I really miss the Stainless Springfield Armory A1 with ported barrel I had.
Glock G-20 Gen 3 OD Green.
Made in West Germany...circa 1988 (JJ code on frame )
How do you like that Sig Shooter13
Awesomely accurate FOUR...still runs like it was made yesterday.
I see you got one in your sights...believe me, pull the trigger...you won't ever regret owning a SIG.
All pre 1996 models had a sheet metal slide. now P226 have stainless steel slide.
Yes...the slide of the pre-1996 P226 is a heavy gauge, mill finished sheet metal stamping with a welded on nose section incorporating an internal barrel bushing.