Made for the most discriminating gun owner, this rich looking rig features border stamping, spotwork, nickel buckle and full lining. Can be made for most single action revolvers and hunting knives. $500
One Colt became a trademark. While John Wayne used many Colts in his movies. One of his personal guns, Wayne gave the Colt to Gary Hess who worked for his gas and oil exploration company, DECO. The maker of the Duke's holster rig remains a mystery.
“Punkin” Colt Single Action Army - This .45 Colt, circa 1973, includes deep relief engraving by Colt Master Engraver Leonard Francolini. The engraving features sunflowers, and a pumpkin, all in the shades of silver and gold, along with four lady bugs raised in gold on the backstrap and a silver butt cap on one piece ebony grips. This sweet Colt was reportedly commissioned by Horace Greeley VI for his wife, whose nickname was “Punkin.”