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    Civil War Starr DA Army Revolver with Post War Conversion to Ctg. #2299. Gun retains 95% of the original blue with original Starr markings on frame. The loading lever and catch have been removed and the cylinder replaced with a separately numbered 2 3/16" long six shot cylinder for center fire cartridges. The assumption that they were center fire is based on the pin like striker now affixed to the hammer. The cylinder bears Belgian proofs. There are other European proofs visible on other parts of the gun. The knurled frame screw appears to be original but is devoid of finish and the threads are stripped. Missing one grip strap screw. Grip very good but there is a chip at the front at the base of the grip strap. Most unusual and the first example we've encountered.

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    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
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