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    French M1834 Percussion Single Shot .69 Caliber Rifled Pistol in Fine Untouched Condition. All metal with deep dark untouched patina, just some minor roughness on the face of the muzzle and the nipple is broken, else really excellent. All brass mountings also with pleasing dark patina. Mechanically perfect, fine bore. The gun is complete and original in every respect including ramrod and lanyard ring. Profusely marked to St. Etienne Arsenal on both the lock and stock, with numerous additional proof and model marks on most parts. Wood is also fine with pleasing smooth patina, just one very minor hairline along the grain near the butt cap, really negligible and very sound. An impressive martial pistol in desirable untouched condition, configured with the desirable rifled bore.

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    July, 2009
    25th Saturday
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