SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

$550.00

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Item Code: G3939

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This is a Smith & Wesson, No. 2, Old Model Army Revolver. It is a .32 caliber, six-shot revolver with a 6” barrel, rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number 44417. Production began in 1861, with 35,731 revolvers being made by May 1, 1865. Total production was 77,155 through 1874.

All gun metal is matching with a light pewter/gray patina and scattered areas of light surface pitting. Rosewood handles are very good with original dark color and finish. Stamping on the top of the barrel is strong: “SMITH. & WESSON. SPRINGFIELD, MASS.” Brass blade sight on top at muzzle. Cylinder features patent stamp, “PATENTED APRIL 3, 1855, JULY 5, 1859, & DEC. 18, 1860.” Bore is clear with light rifling. Mechanics are strong. Pistol remains “tight” with no wobble at the hinge.

Nice original example of a popular S & W revolver.   [jet] [ph:L]

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