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    STEVENS NEW MODEL POCKET RIFLE NO. 40 - Serial number 15950, circa 1910. 10" part octagon, part round barrel marked, "J. Stevens. A.D.T.Co. Chicopee Falls Mass.U.S.A.," is in .22 caliber. Serial numbers match and are present on barrel, frame, and detachable wire shoulder stock. Nickel plated frame and stock with blued barrel. A possibility exists this could be a model No. 40½ by virtue of the two threaded holes in the arc of the back strap capable of facilitating the attachment of a vernier rear sight. Additionally, this revolver has a fixed rear sight. Front sight is the beaches style folding peep. Factory trigger guard with spur. Functioning action and wood grips.

    About ninety percent of original nickel remains on frame and straps. Nickel finish is just starting to blister. Wire stock has about eighty percent original nickel coverage. Cold blue touch up on barrel. Bore is rough. Grips retain seventy percent or so original shellac.

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    November, 2007
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