BLUED SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

$1,750.00

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Item Code: 1179-103

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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 5” octagonal barrel and rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number of 39070. Production began in 1861, with 35,731 revolvers being made by May 1, 1865. Total production was 77,155 through 1874.

Barrel, frame, and cylinder match with nearly complete original blue finish remaining. 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 a few spots of minor oxidation and good rifling. Mechanics are strong. Pistol has a very slight wobble at the hinge.

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

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