"TRANTER ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. approx. 44. Mr. Michel, in his notes, describes the gun as follows: "The five chambered Tranter revolver is one of several imported English pistols which found favor in the hands of Confederate soldiers. Perhaps the most famous of these revolvers is the one apparently presented to General J. B. MacGruder. This revolver retains traces of its original finish underneath the barrel. It is marked atop the frame 'Deane & Son / 30 King Willism Stt / London Bridge". CONDITION: Metal surfaces are gray with scattered areas of pitting and traces of finish. Stocks exhibit traces of orig varnish and numerous small nicks, scratches, and gouges. 4-31373 JS111 (1,500-2,500)"
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Reloading kit for pinfire cartridges (5mm,7mm, 9mm & 12mm)
does it work?