MOORE’S PATENT FIREARMS COMPANY FRONT LOADING REVOLVER

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Item Code: 186-56

This a .32 caliber Moore revolver from National Arms Company, Brooklyn New York. This is the “teat fire” revolver, one style of several that were designed to get around the Smith & Wesson rimfire patents. This has a 3 ¼” round barrel, six shot cylinder, brass frame, and walnut grips. Heavily engraved on frame; lesser amounts on barrel and cylinder. Only a faint portion of the National Arms stamp can be found on the top of the barrel. Matching number 46 found on cylinder and barrel. Bore is clear with good rifling. Walnut grips are very nice, brass frame in good condition with mellow color, and gun metal is semi-bright with some darker surface pitting. Comes with one .32 caliber teat fire cartridge.  [jet]

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