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Project Piece! Civil War Production .32 Caliber Revolver With W.L. Grant Marking
Item #: A2623
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This is an authentic Civil War era revolver made by the firm of William Uhlinger in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is the large of the two styles that fires the 6 shots of .32 caliber cartridges. It has the faint traces of the name of "W.L. Grant” across the top of the 5 inch barrel. Uhlinger made these with various names so they could avoid the prosecution for stealing the Smith & Wesson patent on this pattern of cartridge. The gun is nicedark tone with even pitting all over from age. It has a good look and it has the matching serial numbers of "598” on the frame grip and cylinder. The mechanics of the gun still cocks back with a weak spring but the cylinder no longer rotates. The original walnut grips have been replaced long ago on the handle and as you can see and they have a good look to them. This is a nice looking gun that was only made during the Civil War and is priced right.

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
$395.00 USD

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