STARR ARMS CO. DOUBLE-ACTION 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

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Item Code: 516-43

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Made c. late 1850’s, early 1860’s, total quantity 23,000. Serial# 16941. .44 caliber 6-shot round cylinder. Walnut grip with three cartouches – one on left side and two on right. 6” round barrel. Barrel with approx. 50% blue with balance a nice plum color. Frame and cylinder with approx. 75% original blue. Some nice case colors on hammer and loading lever. Mechanically perfect.   [ss]

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