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SOLD Pietta 1860 Army Colt .44 Nickel/Gold/Ivory model. Unfired.

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skyhigh315

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Hi,

This is a Pietta plated .44, unfired with faux gold cylinder and chrome plate frame and barrel with faux Ivory grips
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. Unfired.

$250
 

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Hi,

There are a few imperfections in the chrome plating, i.e. a few pinholes on the trigger guard and one on the hammer. The asking price reflects that this is a never-fired, nice-looking (albeit not pristine or museum quality) revolver.

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Very happy with the gun! Has the normal Italian issue of too-tight tolerances, but...

Shaun was a pleasure to deal with.

Mike
 

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'morning,

Steel frame with chrome plating. I don't believe that they every used the brass frames for these pistols.

Mike
 

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The owner of this advertisement told me today that although he as sold a few other pistols on the forum, this one has not been sold so, it is still for sale.
Hopefully he will show up here and reaffirm this.
 

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Hi

My mistake. I was confused about which 1860 we were talking about. I did, indeed sell the fancy-looking one. I had another ad up for a Pietta 1860 in blue with Slix-Shot nipples. I thought that's what we were talking about.

My apologies for the confusion.
 
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