LONG BARRELED SINGLE SHOT PISTOL

$250.00

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Item Code: 819-83

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Pistol is an import with a 5.00 inch octagon barrel that meas. to approx. 49 caliber. Top flat is stamped with unreadable markings.

Hammer is mounted in the center of the box shaped receiver and will hold full-cock but not half. Hammer falls properly onto the original nipple.

Bottom of the receiver bears the number “12.”

Triggerguard is simple iron arc.

Wood grip is bulbous teardrop shape with a little longer than usual neck.

Iron and wood is in good condition.  [ad]

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