CIVIL WAR BULLET STRUCK PISTOL Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver, 1...
Item # 4362
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Currently US $750 First bid $750
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Started 2020-07-30 00:00:00
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CIVIL WAR BULLET STRUCK PISTOL Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver, 1st Gen., .44 Cal. Percussion, MFG. 1862, S/N: 39680, The left side of the barrel carries a bullet strike 2'' from end of barrel. The story of how the gun was shot from the original owners hand during a Civil War battle has been handed down from victim to owner family members to current consigner. The top of the 8'' barrel is marked ''--ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA--'', the left side of the frame is marked ''COLTS/PATENT''. The matching serial number is marked on the frame, cylinder (very faint) & trigger guard. The cylinder has faint roll engraved Naval battle scene. Metal has toned to a dark brown patina. Brass trigger guard has a nice mustard patina. Fitted with a smooth one piece varnished walnut grips, which are very good with nicks, dings & sanded chips to corners. Right grip has a cross & ''DT'' carved. Bore is fair. The action functions properly. Comes with an early black Slim Jim leather holster missing belt loop. Early Civil War pistol with interesting histoy.* Antique No FFL Req - Value: 1500 to 2500



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CIVIL WAR BULLET STRUCK PISTOL Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver, 1...
Item # 4362
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