"SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 14456. Cal. 32 RF. Usual configuration with 6" oct bbl with integral rib and German silver front sight and 2-pc rosewood grips numbered to this revolver. Frame, cylinder & bbl are nicely engraved in period chiseled foliate arabesque patterns with punch dot background and a wave & dot pattern on each side of bbl. Backstrap is inscribed in period script Col. John T. Wilder. Both sides of receiver have an engraved lightning bolt representing Col. Wilders Lightning Brigade. Col. Wilder enlisted in the Indiana 17th Infantry as a Lt. Colonel on June 4, 1861 and resigned on Oct. 5, 1864 as a Brevette Brigadier General. He was born Jan. 31, 1830 and died Oct. 20, 1917. Col. Wilders unit participated in many skirmishes & battles throughout the Civil War, mostly in the South including TN, GA & AL. Major battles included Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, New Market, Shelbyville, Hoovers Gap, Ringgold, Rock Springs, Cleveland, McMinnville, Dallas, New Hope Church, Noon Day Creek, Rome, Chattanooga, Ebenezer Church, Plantersville, Selma & Macon. CONDITION: Good to very good. Metal retains a dark plum/brown patina with blue in some of very sheltered places. Grips are fine. Good mechanics, strong dark bore. 4-32717 JR177 (20,000-25,000)"
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Reloading kit for pinfire cartridges (5mm,7mm, 9mm & 12mm)
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