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 Post subject: Well-Used 1851 Navy Colt
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:02 am 
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This well-used 1851 Navy Colt and accompanying cut-down military holster came with a handwritten letter from Hardin’s cousin Joe Clements. Joe wrote to his daughter, Amanda, that Hardin gave him the .36 caliber six-gun after Joe had broken up a fight in Gonzales, Texas. –Courtesy Ryan McNellis, El Paso Saddlery Collection –


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