Never before in history has an effort been put forth to produce the finest single action revolver.
To start, this entire gun is made of solid 4140 steel; there are no inferior cast or metal injection molded parts used. No other maker of this type of gun can make such a claim. Additionally, the precision machining equipment used in the manufacture of our guns is the absolute finest in the industry and because the machining is done in-house, quality is carefully controlled. Even the very best parts are of little value without the hands and minds of experienced gunsmiths. The master gunsmiths here at Standard Manufacturing are versed in making iconic guns that include the Ansley H. Fox, Parker, and Model 21 double shotguns.
Upon close inspection of our Single Action Revolver, you will immediately recognize that this gun is something very special. With its perfect fit between all of the parts to the hand polishing and stoning. From the deep blued finishes to the traditional bone and charcoal color case hardening on all of the metal surfaces.Even all of the screws are perfectly timed from north to south. Our Single Action Revolver is true to form, which is to say the man who designed this gun originally would immediately recognize it as his own, as would the legends of the Wild West.
These guns are available for immediate delivery starting at $1,895, plus $35 shipping and handling to your local FFL dealer. As a special introductory and limited time offer, we are providing a lifetime warranty on these Single Action Revolvers.
**NOW OFFERING 2 PIECE CHECKERED GRIPS AND FANCY WOOD ONE PIECE GRIPS.**
Specifications and Features
|Action Type:||Single Action, with cone shaped firing pin and no transfer bar|
|Barrel Length:||4 ¾”, 5 ½”, 7 ½”|
|Hammer Type:||Spurred and bone and charcoal color case hardened|
|Grips:||Two Piece Walnut|
|Weight:||40 oz. (approx.)|
|Finish:||Frame is bone and charcoal color case hardened|
|Barrel, cylinder, and metal parts are deep blued|
|All screws and pins are fire blued.|
Standard Manufacturing's Single Action is perhaps the finest revolver I have ever held in my hand. It is easy to forget that the manufacturing of firearms is an artform, and it does not take long to realize that the revolver you hold is a true work of art.
Everything from the glisten of the bluing, to the iridescence of the color case hardening, to the precise indexing of the cylinder is masterful.
It is a true joy any time I get the chance to shoot my single action.
I started my relationship with Standard Manufacturing through admiration of my Farher-in-Law’s SAA Colt. Historically speaking I have always stuck to owning modern firearms such as Glocks or the like but one day, on the range, my Father-in-Law let me shoot his prize nickel plated Colt SAA. Suffice to say, when I left the range that day I was sold on SAA.
By the time I got home I made up my mind I was going to buy one. After shopping a bit for Colts I decided the price was just to high so I dropped the idea for a while thinking that I would definitely not sacrifice quality for price.
Then one day I was trolling through YouTube when I discovered Hickock45’s video on the Standard SAA. I looked it up and decided I was going to target the Standard SAA for ownership since the price seemed reasonable for the quality of firearm. I sold a couple of my duplicated anti-armegedon guns to buy something with some character and I pulled the trigger on the buy.
Today, I am extremely happy with my super high quality SAA, so happy in fact, that later I purchase a Standard Manufacturing 1911 which is just as nice and just as beautiful.
I am so proud of these two guns, I have decided to keep them preserved as inheritance for my two boys. Standard deserves to be proud of what they produced.
I was able to save and buy my husband something he always wanted. He has long admired the Colt single action army and has wanted one for a very long time. But I did my research and found YOUR single-action.
When I gave this revolver to my husband his face lit up and continues to light up every time he picks this revolver up. When he isn't shooting it, he's helping John Wayne and Clint take on the bad guys as he watches a movie. He is 63, we aren't rich. This is a once in lifetime gift!
Last year I bought a Standard Manufacturing Single action in .45 Long Colt, with 7" 1/2 Barrel . Color Case Hardened Frame and one piece Walnut grips,
This frie arm is the most beautiful firearm I've ever owned or seen in my 48 years on this earth. The Color case hardened frame has every color of the rainbow , even the hammer id case hardened. The fir and finish is superb . for example when the loading gate is closed , you can hardley see the where the frame starts and loading gate begins, because the fit is so tight. All screws are fire blued and the screw head all face the same direction. (Amazing) . The walnut burled grip is beautiful and fits to the frame perfectly. When you pull the hammer back it has 4 clicks , just like the original Colt. But this firearm is made so much better than a Colt ever was. The only drawback is it shoots a little high, but most single action revolvers do . I Love my Standard single action. It is my most prized firearm.
Besides the actual beauty of this gun, the metal workmanship is outstanding. I am aerospace engine with a background in metals and metal fabrication. I know the highest quality when I see it. Your Single Action looks to be virtually hand made. I have a First Generation Colt SAA and your gun has better part fit up and part fabrication than my Colt. My Colt was made in 1883 when a lot of hand work was used. Congratulations!
I’ve been shooting in the Cowboy Fast Draw Assn. for a year , in that time span I’ve owned two Taylor’s two new vacaro 2s
And all the guns broke down in many ways , I cycle the guns about 150 times a day , 50 wax rounds and 100 laser draws , every day after breaking many transfer bars , I switched to the colt clone enter Taylor and co , after about 3000 cycles wear would render them in need of new parts from hammers to springs , it got to expensive to repair and down time was unacceptable, now I practice a lot , I suffered a stroke a couple years ago , and fastdraw has improved my motor skills, by October I finished 10 th ing the Fastest Gun Alice world championship and finished 20 th in top gun points , I had A broken gun constantly Enter Standard, in January of this year I received my SAA pistoling have cycled the pistol over 18 thousand times without a break , Fast draw is very hard on a pistol , putting a sharp snap on the hammer and a hard press on the trigger , the gun looks like it’s a first generation, the blue is gone when the bolt spring failed my gun smith took it apart and reported no wear on the internal parts , that’s what I need to purchase a second one for a back up , if a bolt spring is all I have to deal with , I’m good with that ! Thank you Stacy and everyone at standard . If you are a serious competitor standard is for you , it’s a fantastic shooting pistol .
This revolver is top notch. Workmanship gets no better. Got to be at least on Colts quality level, and many say it's better. Bought mine at Buds Gun Shop, TN. Would definitely buy it again.
Bought a 7.5" revolver about a month ago, number US109, I believe, gorgeous gun. The sights appear to be pretty much dead on after approximately 300 rounds down range. Trigger pull is very light, very smooth. So far, it has liked everything I have run through it, from 200 grain Aquila to 250 grain Fiocchi. I like the heavier loads, especially 225 grain jacketed Fiocchi and 225 grain jacketed soft points from Federal. Attention to detail on the gun is amazing. All finishes are gorgeous. The only gripe, and a bit of a disappointment is that the hammer on my revolver is sitting more left than center when down, and the case hardened finish on the hammer is partially worn off to shiny steel on that side. That adjustment may have been made to center the firing pin to reduce wear. This really doesn't hurt the gun at all, but I'm a little disappointed that this wasn't caught before the gun left the factory, especially due to the attention to detail with everything else. It may see a trip back to the factory at some point, but I'm just enjoying shooting the gun for now. I'm still giving 5 stars, and I'm sure Standard will address the hammer issue if I ever ask them to.
This is a tremendouly great example of a Single Action Army. I wont pretend like I am an expert but, having handled some old colts, and new Ubertis, this positively blows them out of the water. The action is slick and smooth. The trigger feels fantastic. The gun itself is absolutely gorgeous.
When at half cock, the cylinder indexes perfectly. Even the loading gate and extractor feel fantastic.
My only tiny complaint is I wish the wood on the grips was a tad darker. It doesn't quite match the promotional material I have seen.