MANHATTAN .36 REVOLVER SERIES II

$650.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 595-1489

Weapon is .36 caliber revolver made by the Manhattan Fire Arms Company and bears serial #9834 throughout.

Barrel is 6.50 inches in length and is octagon in shape. It retains approx. 85% of the original blue. Top flat has a very readable “MANHATTAN FIRE ARMS MFG. CO. NEW YORK” mark. Brass blade front sight is present at top of muzzle. Bore has good rifling but is a little dirty and needs cleaned.

Loading lever is tight and hard to operate due to a sticky catch.

Five-shot cylinder has 1859 patent date and is engraved with five oval panels with decorations of a military motif. All original nipples are present. Cylinder indexes but is a bit sloppy.

Frame and hammer are a gunmetal gray with the grip frame showing all brass. Frame screws show light wear.

Wood grips are very good with only light wear from age and storage.  [ad]

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