"GRISWOLD REVOLVER WITH POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION TO JESSE JAMES. Cal. 36. 7-1/2 part oct. bbl on top of bbl flat is crudely stamped J I M./ CUMENS. SN 1750 appears on frame, bbl housing and cyl. Secondary #10 appears on loading arm, wedge, backstrap & trigger guard. The cryptic K appears on bottom of bbl, frame & backstrap. Roman numeral XII on frame and trigger guard. This fine gun is well known to the collectors market place. It has been owned by many prominent collectors dating back to just after WWII. This gun is pictured in one issue of the Texas Gun Collector, Georgia Arms Collectors Magazine. This gun is also pictured on the front cover of Confederate Brass Framed Colt & Whitney by William Albaugh. This gun is also pictured in Dan Hartzlers book Confederate Presentation & Inscribed Swords & Revolvers on pg 159 & 160. Hartzler, inn his book states James Cummins was a member of Clarks Recruits, MO Vol. and enlisted for 3 years in Dunhein County. They became a portion of the 10th MO Cav
. After the war he rode with Jesse James gang, but fell to the displeasure of Jesse who vowed he would kill Cummins. According to legend, only Frank James & Jim Cummins of this band of outlaws, did not meet death through violence; Cummins died in a Confederate soldiers home. This is a great opportunity to find one of the best early documented Confederate Griswold revolvers. CONDITION: Bbl, cyl and loading assembly are grey steel with fairly sharp edges. Cyl exhibits a darker color showing a distinct twist lines where cyl was made by twisting iron. Safety pins on cyl are intact but show use. Brass is cleaned. 4-31075 (20,000-25,000)"
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Reloading kit for pinfire cartridges (5mm,7mm, 9mm & 12mm)
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