|W.L. EVANS 1826 U.S. NAVY FLINTLOCK PISTOL|
This is a nice and very rare U.S. Navy Flintlock Model of 1826 pistol. It was made by W.L. Evans; Valley Forge, Pa. Year of manufacture is 1831. Overall length is about 14". ...
Item ID #1773
|BOURON & SON NEW ORLEANS TRANSITION REVOLVER|
Here we have a very rare Bouron & Son New Orleans marked James Harper English transitional revolver. It was made in the 1850's. New Orleans marked guns are very desirable. It...
Item ID #1771
|MANHATTAN CIVIL WAR NAVY REVOLVER FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORIES|
Factory engraved Manhattan Civil War Navy Revolver with a 6 1/2" barrel. Bore is used with good lands and grooves. There is some pitting and will rate about a five on a one to...
Item ID #1770
|MOORE TEAT FIRE RARE ETCHED PANEL CYLINDER|
Moore Teat Fire 6 shot .32 caliber revolver. These were made from 1864-1870. It does have the rare etched cylinder which is in great condition. Bore in the 3 1/4" barrel has...
Item ID #1732
|PLANT 42 CALIBER CUP PRIMED CIVIL WAR REVOLVER|
Plant .42 caliber cup primed front loading Civil War revolver comes with an unaltered cylinder. Many were converted to accept a rimmed cartridge. Bore in the six inch barrel is...
Item ID #1731
|TRANTER CASED POCKET REVOLVER|
Overalll length is right at seven inches. Bore in the 2 1/2" barrel has good lands and grooves, along with some pitting. It will rate a five on a one to ten scale. Action is...
Item ID #1730
|S. NORTH 1811 CONVERTED|
These are not seen very often. It is a converted S. North 1811 U.S. contract pistol. These were only made from 1811-1813 and saw use in the War of 1812. Caliber is .72. Action...
Item ID #1729
|WHITNEY NAVY W/COLT TYPE LEVER|
Whitney .36 caliber Civil War Revolver. It is different from some of the other Whitney models. The lever is like the Colt percussion revolvers. Bore in the 7 3/4" barrel has...
Item ID #1728
|WHITNEY 36 CALIBER CIVIL WAR NAVY REVOLVER |
Bore in the 7 3/4" barrel is shiny, with strong lands and grooves, along with some pitting. It will rate a seven on a one to ten scale. Action is very smooth and tight. It...
Item ID #1727
|COLT LONDON 1849 POCKET 1ST YEAR|
Year of manufacture for this London Colt Model 1849 is 1853. It was the first year of production. Action is smooth and tight. It locks up tight too. Bore in the 4" barrel is...
Item ID #1726
|BACON FIRST MODEL 38 CAL CIVIL WAR NAVY REVOLVER|
Serial number is 29. One of the first off the line. It is in very nice condition. Original blue finish remains. Actually quite a bit more than the pictures indicate. Action...
Item ID #1725
|ALLEN THURBER DRAGOON PEPPERBOX DOG LEG GRIPS|
Action on this Allen Thurber Dragoon Pepperbox works perfectly. Hammer markings are there, but worn. The patent date on the cylinder flute is there, but also worn. I have good...
Item ID #1724
|ALLEN THURBER .36 CAL DRAGOON PEPPERBOX|
This Allen Thurber .36 caliber Dragoon pistol is about 10 1/2". Action is tight and works properly. Patent dates on the hammer is hard to see. Markings on one of the 5 1/4"...
Item ID #1723
|COLT THUNDERER 6" |
This is an antique pistol made in 1895. Bore in the 6" barrel is shiny with good lands and grooves. There is some pitting. It will rate a 6 on a one to ten scale. Action works...
Item ID #1722
|COLT THUNDERER 4 1/2" BARREL|
This is an antique. It was made in 1897. Bore in the 4 1/2" barrel is shiny, with strong lands and grooves. There is slight pitting. It will rate a seven on a one to ten...
Item ID #1721
|SHARPS #3 FOUR SHOT PEPPERBOX|
The hammer is soft, but the firing pin does rotate as it should. Some original finish remains, especially in the barrel flutes. Markings are complete, original, and easy to see....
Item ID #1719
|REMINGTON ELLIOTT FOUR SHOT PEPPERBOX|
First of all the firing pin does rotate each time the ring trigger is operated. Some nice traces of the original blue finish remains on the barrels and original nickel remains on...
Item ID #1718
|MONCK 2 SHOT TAP ACTION FLINTLOCK|
These are very interesting pistols. It is a two shot, two barrel, with a single trigger, and is a flintlock. There is a lever on the left side. When rotated, it rolls to the...
Item ID #1717
|LUCIUS POND BELT REVOLVER IVORIES|
Bet you have probably noticed the ivory grips. They are excellent with no cracks or chips. Fit is perfect. Checkering is very well done and even the escutcheons are checkered. ...
Item ID #1716
|ALLEN WHEELOCK LIPFIRE POCKET REVOLVER|
This Allen Wheelock has not been altered from its original lipfire configuration. Many were milled out to accept a rimmed cartridge. The loading lever is interesting. When...
Item ID #1715