COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

$1,750.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 1061-32

The serial numbers on this revolver all match except for the wedge. Serial number is 3213 which places production in the latter part of 1861. The wedge is numbered 113.

Revolver is .36 caliber with a 6-shot cylinder and a round barrel that is 7.50 inches long. The barrel surface, like the rest of the weapon, has a dark patina that has been rubbed in spots. The top of the barrel has an excellent single line stamping that reads “ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA.” Front sight is present. Bore has good rifling but it is dark with some dirt remaining in the grooves. There is also some light scattered pitting.

The loading lever is present under the barrel and operates properly.

The cylinder retains approx. 5% to 10% of the cylinder scene. It has all of the original nipples but the pin stops are gone. Action is good and the cylinder is tight at full-cock.

The three frame screws show light wear. Forward of the screws is a very good “COLT’S PATENT” in two lines.

Grips are of varnished walnut and are in good condition with light surface wear around the edges. Trigger guard frame shows all brass with a good marking of “.36 CAL.”  [ad] [ph:L]

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