REPRODUCTION LEMAT PISTOL WITH HOLSTER

$1,350.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 922-31

Beautiful conditioned .44 Lemat revolver manufactured by Navy Arms. Revolver is serial number 436.

Revolver barrel is 6.75 inches long with a 5.00 inch smoothbore buckshot barrel underneath. Bores of both barrels are excellent. Top of the pistol barrel is marked “COL. LEMAT” with period decoration.

Frame, nine-shot cylinder, trigger guard, grip base and lanyard ring and barrels all retain the original blue finish in perfect condition. Hammer and trigger are case hardened. Hammer has working flip down face for firing the buckshot barrel. Checkered grips are excellent.

Ramrod works properly. Cylinder retains all the cones in good condition. Action is a bit tight but works well.

Revolver was never fired and is in like new condition.

Weapon comes with a beautifully hand-made russet leather holster that is also in like new condition.

A beautiful set. [ad] [ph:L]

DISCLAIMER: All firearms are sold as collector's items only - we do not accept responsibility as to the shooting safety or reliability of any antique firearm. All firearms are described as accurately as possible, given the restraints of a catalog listing length. We want satisfied customers & often "under" describe the weapons. Any city or state regulations regarding owning antique firearms are the responsibility of the purchaser. All firearms are "mechanically perfect" unless noted, but again, are NOT warranted as safe to fire.

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