Sold For; $2,525
LSB#: 200626BB31, 200626BB32
Model: Nevada Centennial Commemorative Single Action Army & Wild Bill Hickock Lawman Series Frontier Scout
Serial Number: 200626BB31: 0938NC, 200626BB32: 2649WB
Year of Manufacture: 200626BB31: 1964, 200626BB32: 1969
Caliber: 200626BB31: .45 Colt, 200626BB32: .22 Long Rifle
Action Type: Single Action Side Loading Gate Revolvers
200626BB31: The left of the barrel is marked “1864 – NEVADA CENTENNIAL – 1964” filled in white. The top of the barrel is marked “COLT’S PT. FA.. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.”. The right of the barrel is marked “COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45”. The left of the frame is marked “PAT. SEPT. 19, 1871 / JULY 2, 72 JAN. 19, 75” and with a rampant colt. The bottom of the frame forward of the grip frame is marked “0938 NC”. The left of each portion of the grip frame is marked “0938 NC” under the grip. The left of the trigger guard is marked with a “VP” in triangle and “W”. The right of the trigger guard is marked “K”. The rear face of the loading gate and the rear of the frame under the grip are each marked “769”. The rear face of the cylinder has a rampant colt and the front face is marked “938”. The additional cylinder has foliate scroll engraving with “1864 – NEVADA – 1964” over an outline of Nevada with “100” in the middle. The rear face of the cylinder has a rampant colt and the front face is marked “938”.
200626BB32: The left of the barrel is marked “COLT SINGLE ACTION FRONTIER SCOUT .22 L.R.”, the top of the barrel is marked “COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.”, the right of the barrel is marked “LAWMAN SERIES-WILD BILL HICKOCK” with the barrel markings filled in white. Each side of the frame is marked with a rampant colt in circle. The bottom of the frame, forward of the grip frame, is marked “2649WB”. The left of the trigger guard is marked “2”. The butt of the grip frame has scroll engraving. There is an additional cylinder which has foliate scroll engraving with “1864 – NEVADA – 1964” over an outline of Nevada with “100” in the middle. The front face of the cylinder is marked “938”.
Barrel Length: 200626BB31: 5 1/2″, 200626BB32: 6″
Sights / Optics: The front sights are quarter-round blades fixed to the fronts of the barrels. The rear sights are square notches in the topstraps.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The grips are two-piece faux pearl panels with silver colored Colt medallions. The grips have no notable wear or damage, only very faint handling marks. There are no chips or cracks. The grips are in Excellent condition.
Type of Finish: 200626BB31: Blue & Nickel, 200626BB32: Blue, Black & Nickel
Finish Originality: Original to the parts, the additional .22 cylinder is not original to the .22 revolver. The .22 revolver is not original to the Nevada Centennial case.
Bore Condition: The bores are bright, their rifling is sharp. There is no erosion in the bores.
Overall Condition: These revolvers retain 98% of their metal finish. The cylinders show faint turn lines. Otherwise, they show only a few minor marks. The screw heads are sharp. The markings are clear. Overall, these revolvers are in about Excellent condition.
Mechanics: The actions function correctly. The cylinders lock up tight on all chambers. The triggers are crisp. We did not fire these hadguns. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards (just kidding, these guns are clean.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: This pair of pistols comes in a black hard-sided presentation case with silver satin-lined interior on the lid, and blue fabric-lined fitted tray. The exterior of the lid is marked NEVADA CENTENNIAL / 1864-1964 / PRESENTATION MODELS” and with a Colt logo. The interior of the lid has a blue circled rampant colt. The case shows scattered light storage wear, in about Very Good-plus condition. Please note, the Wild Bill Hicock revolver does not properly fit the case as it is not original to the set.
Our Assessment: Made by Colt in 1964 to celebrate the centennial of Nevada’s statehood, this is half of a limited edition set, a Colt Single Action Army, and a Frontier Scout revolver made to commemorate the famous lawman Wild Bill Hicock, with a Nevada Centennial presentation case. The case has some light wear from storage, but the guns are in Excellent condition with just a hint of handling marks in their beautiful finish. From their high-polish metal surfaces to the faux-pearl grips and presentation case, this is a wonderful set of revolvers, sure to turn anyone’s head. Please see our photos and good luck!
CA Legal or CA Private Party Transferable (THIS SECTION DOES NOT APPLY TO OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS): These C&R handguns CAN be sold as a dealer sale in California and CAN be transferred as a Private Party Transfer (PPT) as our Simi Valley location. All C&R firearms must be transferred through your local dealer OR at our Simi Valley location; we cannot ship directly to a C&R holder in California. Out of state residents can disregard this section – your local laws apply.