TRYON DERRINGER PISTOL

$1,250.00

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Item Code: 482-394

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Single shot, .41 caliber percussion, with 4” barrel, 8.25” length overall. Made between 1860-1875 by Edward K. Tryon, Philadelphia. Receiver/ barrel markings: “Tryon”/“Philadelphia”. Fancy trigger, receiver & trigger guard adornments. Pleasing dark gray patina to all metallic parts, consistent with barrel. Wooden ramrod, ramrod keeper attachment missing. Dark brown walnut stock with hatch-stitched grips, exhibiting minor dings customary with age and usage. Cocking “action” crisp and solid. In all, a very attractive piece. Solid collectible.    [jp]

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