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Great Western Arms Company -- Great Western Arms 357 Atomic


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Location (State):
Montana (MT)
Montana


Member For:
4 Years 7 Months
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WINNER: M*****A

HIGH BID: $406.88

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Auction: 10739154

Auction Type:
Basic
NRA Grade:
Fine
Current High Bidder:
M*****A
History:
7 Bids ($300.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$5.00
Auction Start:
(December 30, 2011 13:32:36 PT)
Auction Ended:
(January 6, 2012 13:32:36 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - Great Western Arms Company -- Great Western Arms 357 Atomic

Up for sale is an interesting Great Western 357 Atomic revolver. It has a 7 1/2 inch barrel with real bone case hardened frame. There is no numbers on the gun except the frame serial number. There is the serial number stamped neatly on the butt of the gun but it is not the right font and different than the frame. I have removed the non original grips and there are no numbers under it. Also there is no barrel address or numbers under the ejector housing. This is odd however everything fits "too nice" to be a lunchbox gun in my opinion. The fit to the frame is that of a 2nd generation colt saa. The backstrap and trigger guard had to be mounted to the gun then machined together to get this level of fit. It is an interesting piece at a cheap price. Good Luck

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Questions for Users
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    Q:  Coltwalker, Have you fired this gun? Does it work? How is the lockup and timing? Great Westerns have suffered from a number of quality control issues, including guns that would not chamber cartridges, poorly fitted cylinders, and internal parts that fail. Would you consider this something to take to the hills and depend on? 01/01/2012
        A:  Hello, no I have not fired the gun myself but I just pulled it out to carefully go over the action. You are right about Great Western quality issues. This one is a later gun with excellent fitment. The timing is very good with all notches working when I cock it. The cylinder bolt does not drop it too early as some did and groove the cylinder. The hand spring seems strong when you are turning the cylinder as if too load it. If I was to take a gun to the hills, I personally would not choose a Great Western or Colt SAA for that matter without some tricking up. I would choose a Ruger SA ahead of the others. It is a very nice gun but if you choose to get it, I would have an action job done by a competent gunsmith just to be sure. I have had some Great Western firing pins fail on me as well in the past, so if I was hiking here in Montana, I would choose something different. Hope this helps. 01/01/2012