7MM PINFIRE DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS

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Item Code: 831-01

Revolver meas. approx. 7.00 inches long overall. All the metal surfaces are in very nice condition with only very light scattered mottling and no pitting worth mentioning.

The octagon barrel measures just under 3.50 inches long and has a high front sight of a ball atop a triangular shaped post. Right flat of the barrel is stamped with a star above an “X” just forward of the cylinder. Rifling looks to be sharp. Bore appears to need light cleaning.

Ejection rod is mounted on the right side and works properly.

Round six-shot cylinder is stamped with the Liege mark and another star over an “X”. Cylinder is clean and operates properly. Loading gate is present and works well. High hammer is double action and is operated by a folding trigger.

Frame and frame screws are in good condition and show only light wear.

Grips are made of a wonderful white ivory that has retained most of its color and has yellowed only slightly.

A very nice example of a mid to late war pin-fire.  [ad]

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