REMINGTON “MODEL 1867” NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

$1,395.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 490-2431

Circa 1870s pistol. Total quantity manufactured is unknown. Recent thinking is that all of the “Model 1867” pistols are actually converted from pre-existing Model 1865 pistols.

This is a .50 caliber centerfire single shot pistol.  Seven-inch round barrel with worn serial number 2249 under the barrel. Strong anchor stamp and inspector’s initials (I / J.M.B.C) on top at breech.

Frame has makers markings on left side, “REMINGTON’S  ILION  N.Y.  U.S.A. / PAT. MAY 3D  NOV. 15TH 1864  APRIL 17TH 1866”. Right side of frame has letter “P” over inspector’s initials “F.C.W.”.  Bright bore with rifling. Light oxidation at muzzle. Some remaining traces of blue and case colors. Mechanically crisp and strong.

Walnut grip with inspector’s cartouche. Fore end secured by a single screw with brass washer. Wood shows moderate to heavy wear with dings and dents.  [jet]  [ph:L]

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