Colt Single Action Owned by John Hart Lone Ranger

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Item 796465231
Location Salisbury, NC 28146
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Colt Single Action Army, Lone Ranger John Hart Owned

Up for auction is a Colt Single Action Army, chambered in .45 caliber, manufactured in 1898 with serial number 180XXX. This revolver was personally owned by renound actor John Hart, who played The Lone Ranger among many other movies.

Accompanying this revolver is a letter from John Hart to the previous owner of the revolver which in part reads, “DEAR JERRY, THIS LETTER WILL CONFIRM THAT I OWNED COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER SERIAL #180XXX. I TRUST THAT YOU WILL ENJOY THIS OLD COLT AS MUCH AS I HAVE. SINCERELY, JOHN HART, THE LONE RANGER.”

Also included is a list of John Hart’s film credits as well as other miscellaneous photos of John Hart in various roles.

The action has four distinct clicks as it should and the firearm appears to be in good functioning condition. The grips appear to be possible bone that are simulated to be stag. They are NOT real stag grips. Other firearms attributed to John Hart reflect the same style of grips. It is also possible that this gun was nickeled or re-nickeled at one point as the barrel markings, patent dates, and serial numbers appear to be slightly weak. Regardless, this is a fantastic opportunity to own a fantastic piece of American Western Cinematic history.

All sales are final. Payment must be made in the form of cash, check, wire transfer, or other means of payment agreed to prior to auction close. Please ask all questions before bidding. For questions, please contact Eric at 704-433-9376.

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Single Action Army
.45 Colt
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