I believe this is a .44 does anyone have any information, it was my friends grandfathers gun, or any kind of value.
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Sorry, bro- think that is a non-firing REPLICA of a Colt Single action. Real thing will be marked with maker's name and caliber.
What we have heah is.... failure to communicate.
+1 on it not being a real gun.
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Definitely not real. Frame would be one solid piece not segmented like that
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This was used in a parade by a cowboy, I saw no maker marks either but feels like a real gun, thought maybe it was a one off. Thanks for all the replies.