COLT OPEN TOP REVOLVER

$800.00
Originally $1,000.00

Quantity Available: 1

Item Code: 911-19

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Made from about 1871-1877 this revolver is .22 with a 2 3/8 inch barrel.

Barrel is nickel plated. Top has a strong two line stamping flanked by Maltese crosses. Stamping reads “COLT’S PAT. F. A. MFG. CO. / HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A.” Bore is dark but has good rifling.

Seven shot cylinder is also nickel plated and has stop slots along its forward edge. Weapon operates properly. Hammer is blued.

Frame is also plated and shows some light signs of wear as does barrel.

Grips are wood and in good condition.

Serial number 91365 is stamped under the barrel while the bottom of grip frame is stamped 91385. No mistake in reading the numbers. Checked by two different people. Mismatched numbers must be a mistake made at the factory. Stamping problem or mixed parts when assembled. Patina matches throughout.

All frame screws are in very nice condition.  [ad]

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