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    Mismatched Colt M1860 .44 Caliber Army Percussion Revolver. Gun is overall smooth and gray with just a small area with some very light pitting on the barrel housing. Barrel housing #66028, trigger guard, frame, which is four screw, and grip strap #4047. The cylinder retains just traces of scene but clearly numbered 6025. The loading lever is a correct modern replacement. Excellent markings, bore, and nipples, with the muzzle showing obvious holster wear. The gun cocks fine but the cylinder does not index. Grips excellent with smooth even wear and nice dark patina. Despite the mismatch and restoration an attractive Colt Army.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2011
    25th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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