"COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER. SN 135422. Cal. 44. Usual configuration with 8" rnd bbl, German silver front sight and usual markings. It has "COLTS PATENT" on left side of the 3-screw frame which is cut for shoulder stock and has a flathead hammer screw. It has brass trigger guard & iron back strap with 1-pc walnut grip that has the outline of cartouches on each side. There are small inspector initials on various parts. CONDITION: Good to very good, all matching including wedge. Bbl retains traces of orig blue in most sheltered areas with nicks & dings and a few scattered spots of light pitting. Cylinder also retains traces of thin blue with pitting on face and about 80% Ormsby Naval battle scene with one area of light pitting. All six safety pins are crisp. Frame retains traces of dark case colors and a spot of blood pitting on right side. Trigger guard is a dark mellow patina and back strap is a silver/brown patina. Grip is sound showing light to moderate wear and retains generous amounts of orig oil finish. Mechanics are crisp, bright shiny bore with scattered pitting. 4-31751 JR142 (2,500-3,500)"
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