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Old 10-29-2009, 05:02 PM   #11
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yup no safe queens in my house.

the 6" diamondback colt only made 2,200 of them total..
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They just look too pretty to shoot!! A very nice collection!
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thank you .I knew a old guy that had alot of colt saa revolvers wouldn't shoot them period.he died his kids came down shoot the pi** out of them and pawned them.he never had the enjoyment of shooting those fine old colts.I shoot everything I have.
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thank you .I knew a old guy that had alot of colt saa revolvers wouldn't shoot them period.he died his kids came down shoot the pi** out of them and pawned them.he never had the enjoyment of shooting those fine old colts.I shoot everything I have.
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...and there it is.
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Canebrake...what IS that picture of? That Colt is almost the spittin' image of Colt's Colt.
That's because it is the Colt Rampant Pony! The photo is of the Colt factory dome in Hartford, CT.

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Here is the old Colt factory's distinctive Blue Onion Dome, with the stars, just off the mixmaster of I-84 and I-91. You can see the trademark bronze colt rampant at the top and a pistol on the frieze.
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nice looking REVOLVERS you got there.

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Thanks for that info Canebrake, I learned something new today. I would have never guessed that dome was actually on Colts building...it does look a tad outta place, but cool nonetheless.

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