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Old 11-22-2017, 03:10 PM   #1
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Bought this used EMF ASM Hartford Italian sa Sunday...another .45... it was so shiny I had to buy it.... range report to follow
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Sweet! I got one several years ago that was a .44 Mag made in Germany by Sauer & Sohns. It had pearl handles and was very shiny. I wound up selling it because I don't like the Colt style trigger. I have always shot single actions with Ruger type wide triggers and that skinny one just didn't trip my trigger.
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Old 11-22-2017, 05:14 PM   #4
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The loading notch on the hammer is broken....the hammer still holds on the notch but if you pull the trigger when the gun is on half cock the hammer drops ...im going to have to bust out my tig with some 4130 welding rod to fix it.......it was 300 bones....and i bought a old west style holster for it that was made in texas but not an el paso saddlery.....the gun looks like it was played with more than shot
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Sweet! I got one several years ago that was a .44 Mag made in Germany by Sauer & Sohns. It had pearl handles and was very shiny. I wound up selling it because I don't like the Colt style trigger. I have always shot single actions with Ruger type wide triggers and that skinny one just didn't trip my trigger.
The cylinders on these colt clones are way smaller than the ruger.......the .45 colt cartridge rims touch each other in the cylinder......definitely not as strong as a ruger.
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Bought this used EMF ASM Hartford Italian sa Sunday...another .45... it was so shiny I had to buy it.... range report to follow
Looks a lot like my Colt "New Frontier."
But mine is a smaller caliber, .357.
Recently turned down a grand on it.
Then found out it has appreciated a lot more.

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Looks a lot like my Colt "New Frontier."
But mine is a smaller caliber, .357.
Recently turned down a grand on it.
Then found out it has appreciated a lot more.
Im going to get a colt.....but not for shooting.....these cheaper italian clones wont make me cry if they fall out of my holster and land on a pile of rocks out in the desert
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I picked up a AWA 45 colt several years ago , nice gun

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I picked up a AWA 45 colt several years ago , nice gun

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Nice gun JD......the colt saa is a must have for a gun enthusiast IMO
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Bought this used EMF ASM Hartford Italian sa Sunday...another .45... it was so shiny I had to buy it.... range report to follow
That is beautiful buz but please warn us. That is so bright I had to put on sunglasses.

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Sweet! I got one several years ago that was a .44 Mag made in Germany by Sauer & Sohns. It had pearl handles and was very shiny. I wound up selling it because I don't like the Colt style trigger. I have always shot single actions with Ruger type wide triggers and that skinny one just didn't trip my trigger.:
I to have a .45 by Sauer and it is a super well made accurate weapon. I think though may be wrong that they are from Sig Sauer yes no?
Anyone know why the trigger curves to the left on those .45s? What is up with that? I had two previous .45 pistols and they both curved to the left?
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