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    2nd Year of Production.

    Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver.
    Serial no. 22665 [all matching], .44 caliber, 8-inch barrel. Originally blued finish with casehardened frame. Walnut grips. Top of barrel reads -ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA-. Four screw, cut for shoulder stock.
    Note: According to Flayderman's Guide, in production from 1860 through c. 1873 with total production of about 200,500 made. Serial numbers reached about 156,000 by December 1865 and the end of the Civil War. See Flayderman's 5B-092. This gun was manufactured in 1861.

    Condition: Fair to good. Gun has a mottled grey/brown patina overall. Gun appears to have been refinished at some point. Scattered pitting throughout. Grips with heavy wear, shrinkage and loses to corners. Marred screws. Action a bit loose, but functioning. Bore a bit dark, rifling visible.


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    June, 2018
    10th Sunday
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