"COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 99749. Cal. 44. With standard 8" bbl, standard front sight, usual markings and cylinder of Naval scene. This gun has been re-done by Tommy HaasGun and has full nickel finish except for brass trigger guard. There is an "H" inspector mark at wedge screw, an "E" inspector mark on opposite side of bbl as well as on the cylinder, an "S" on bottom of bbl under rammer lever and "T" on top of backstrap. We can find no foreign proof marks, so we really can not determine the origin of this fine copy of a Colt 1860 Army. Mounted with fine 1-pc wooden grips. CONDITION: Very fine. Gun appears to be unfired with most all of its finish. There are a couple small pits on rammer handle that may be casting flaws. Cylinder has all of its safety pins and all the SN match. Bow of brass trigger guard has a few minor storage dings. Mechanics are crisp and bore is bright with left hand twist rifling. 4-32332 BT132 (1,500-3,000)"
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