REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

$1,150.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 1099-38

This is a good example of the famous Model 1858 Remington Army Revolver. Approximately 122,000 of these were manufactured between the years 1863-1873.

This is a percussion, six-shot, .44 caliber revolver with an 8” octagonal barrel. The maker’s stamp, “PATENTED SEPT. 14 1858 / E. REMINGTON & SONS. ILION NEWYORK. U.S.A. / NEW-MODEL”, remains visible on the top flat of the barrel with the exception of the third line being weak.  This particular pistol is serial numbered 76458. That number appears under the barrel. Most other parts have small sub-inspector’s stamps, even on bottom of grip.

Mechanics are perfect.  Cylinder features safety notches between cones.  All of the percussion nipples are present and show light wear.  Gun metal is a dark brown color overall. Brass trigger guard.

Walnut grips are original and show use; left side with four “notches” cut in and a small chip out of the right side. Four small holes drilled into the butt. No cartouches visible.

Overall this is a decent working example of a well-used Civil War-era Army revolver.   [jet] [ph:L]

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