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Old 01-04-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
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Default Colts Pocket Revolvers , Navy .36 , Uberti Reproduction

Anyone else got one of these little hummers ? Or maybe the Pocket Police Model of the same year 1862 ? They are handsome little guns , seams to be about a half pint size of a full size 1851 Colt Navy .36 .
Glad Colt upgraded to the .36 instead of the .31 in thier other pocket sized models like the Wells Fargo , the Baby Dragoon and the 1847's . Really a handy size revolver with some punch too with the .36 . Side by side together the size really shows comparing to my other Navys . Uberti did a wonderful job reproducing this particular specimen . But hold onto your hats , they cost more than the standard Navy from Uberti at about $315 for the Pocket Model Supply and Demand no doubt But they are very fine revolvers regardless . If you want a nice compact revolver to tote around with some punch to it , or a second revolver for your crossdraw gun , this would be a very fine revolver for that .
My example is current production , with my custom Lacewood grips and Brownells Escutcheons with Laquer Finish . Internals were pollished including trigger job . Now I just need to get a decent holser to match the quality of this fine looking revolver .
Hopefully someone else will post some pics of thiers and thier experiences with them . An often times overlooked Colt Reproduction to buy , but you really ought to ! They are SWEEEEEEEEEEET !
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:48 PM   #2
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I like that a lot. Will be on the lookout for one.

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I like that a lot. Will be on the lookout for one.

And so your addiction begins Towboater , LOL ......

Two days and your Colts will be home with thier new Pappy in Kentucky , life is good for Towboater , hee hee hee
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Its a good addiction.

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