"COLT MODEL 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER.(End additional information) SN 125157. Cal. 44. Usual configuration with 8" bbl, German silver front sight & New York address. It has usual 6-shot rebated cylinder and 3-screw frame cut for shoulder stock with flat headed hammer screw. It has brass trigger guard & iron backstrap with Army sized 1-pc walnut grip that has a legible cartouche on each side. It also has small inspector initials on some of parts. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching including wedge. Restored blue finish with good feathers around front sight and rammer latch stud. Cylinder retains restored finish on rebated area with larger diameter having a touched up finish and retains about 70% Ormsby Naval battle scene with scattered fine pitting. It has all six safety pins that are probably replacements. Frame & hammer have been cleaned but retain about 75% strong but moderately faded orig case colors, bright on sides of hammer. Trigger guard is a light brass patina and backstrap has most of a fine restored finish. Grip has slightly chipped toes and retains a hand worn patina with its legible cartouches. Trigger & hammer screws appear to be replacements. Mechanics are crisp, strong bore with moderate pitting. 4-32324 JR376 (4,000-7,000)"
Back to the index