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    Allen & Thurber Third Model or Late Type Pepperbox Pocket Percussion Revolver. .31 caliber, 3 1/4-inch 6-barrel cluster marked in one fluted rib: PATENTED 1837 CAST-STEEL.. Blued finish. Bar hammer marked: Allen's Patent. Scroll-engraved frame and nipple skirt. Die-cut triggerguard. Walnut grips with oval escutcheons [Flayderman 5A-015] . Condition: Fine. Retaining approximately 35-45% finish, mixed with grey patina. Some vibrant case-hardening remaining. Grips with light wear and minor marks. Action excellent.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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