American 19th Century Brevette Colt Walker Model Single Action
NVSN, .44 caliber, 9-inch unmarked
part-round, part-octagonal barrel, the right side of lug marked:
US/1847 above wedge screw.
. Case-hardened lever. Heavily
roll-stamped cylinder with Indian and Ranger scene with two panels
reading: MODEL U.S.M.R.
above and PATENT N?
This is incorrect on a legitimate Colt Walker which would be marked
in this location: COLT'S PATENT
. Elongated cylinder stops
[these appear longer than those on original revolvers],
Case-hardened figural hammer, the top with fishscales and the sides
with floral scrolls and animal "eyes". Hammer a possible
replacement. Marred and incorrect screws. The top of backstrap
engraved with an image of a Rocky Mountain sheep and backstrap
engraved with a script P
and H ????.
portion of name, if there was one, appears worn away. Brass
squareback triggerguard in the style of an original Walker. "V"
form hammer spring plug on inside of front gripstrap. One-piece
walnut grips. This revolver could benefit from an xray examination
as it would possibly reveal markings that have been removed, or in
any case, the lack of them. Condition: Good for this model. The
metal appears mechanically cleaned at one time, showing a mottled
grey patina with scattered light pitting and marks present. Wood
with wear and minor marks. Mechanically sound.
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