SAA .45 'Six-Shooter', faux ivory steerhead grips.
SAA .45 Revolver, Steerhead grips
- While most .45s were produced for the U.S. Army, civilian versions were often beautifully engraved by the factory's artists. This non-firing replica is based on an original 1884 model that was used during the infamous Johnson County Range Wars in 1892 Wyoming. It has a polished nickel finish, with an engraved frame and cylinder. The barrel is cavalry-style (7.5 inches long), and the faux ivory grips are embossed with a longhorn steer head image.