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1989 EMF A.S.M. Hartford CT Model

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Most definately with black powder.

Kent Shootwell:
I had a pair of Hartford models and used them for years at cowboy matches. Never had a single problem of any kind. When I showed them to Mike V. He asked if I had tuned them. No, they are straight out of the box. My friend has them now and they still run like new.

I have the exact same gun with two changes,,Strip grips and now have hand rubbed oil finish..Replaced barrel with Colt SAA barrel with the "COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY 45 " polished off and reblued ..I call it my SAA,, As in  Single action Armi,, It just seems to feel better in my hand with the Colt address on top of the barrel. ;)

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The early on ASM Replicants were very well made and are/were the closest replicas of the Colt available at that time.

Today, the closest replicant is the Pietta GWII.  Lots and lots of parts can be fit.  Drop in??  Not so much but that is quite normal.  Some fitting required.

Tascosa Joe:
I had a pair way back until my oldest son did some creative reloading, but that was not the pistols fault.  I put ASM cylinders in both of my 1st Gen 1880's Colts.  The cylinders took some tuning to get the timing right but they "fit".


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