UNION ARMS COMPANY POCKET MODEL REVOLVER, 5TH PATTERN

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Item Code: 998-11

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This is a .31 caliber, five shot revolver. One of approximately 13,000 produced from 1858 through the early 1860s. This revolver is serial numbered 8079.

This specific style is known as the 5th pattern.  It has a 5-shot, fluted cylinder. A 4 ¼” octagonal barrel has a worn “THE UNION / ARMS CO” stamp on the top flat. This is the first pattern to feature a groove along the top of the frame. The trigger guard is brass. The serial number (8079) is found on the bottom of the frame to the front of the brass trigger guard. The corresponding last two digits of that serial number (79) are also stamped on the left side of the loading lever.

Mechanically strong with crisp action, traces of blue remain scattered overall.  Walnut grip is in nice condition. A nice example of an early Civil War-era “pocket” revolver.   [jet]

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