“C. REINSFRIED” PERCUSSION PISTOL, C. 1850s

$950.00

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Item Code: 482-397

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.50 caliber single shot, with octagonal 4” barrel; 7” in length overall. Attractive tiger strip stripe stock, with rounded butt. Barrel, trigger and maker-marked side plate exhibit consistent, dark patina. Attractive brass trigger guard, and ramrod holder with wooden ramrod. Functional trigger, cocking “action” good. Percussion nipple missing, hammer end worn. Else VG, and, with tiger stripe barrel stock, quite handsome. Superb display piece.    [jp]

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