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Single Shot Pistols or Multi-Shot Revolvers in the Metallic Cartridge
Original .32 Smith & Wesson Army Revolver Made in 1868
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Here is a nice looking and complete original .32 caliber Smith & Wesson patent revolver from just at the end of the Civil War. These guns were known as the "Old Model Army" revolver. The bottom of the grip has the serial number of 56,738. In Flayderman he states that at the end of the war they were at serial number 35,731. The Smith & Wesson book states that they started 1868 production at 54,228 and went through 62,921 by the end of the year. This lets us know that this gun would have been made after the Civil War. The original 2-piece walnut grips are present and they have a nice well worn look. The mechanics function well. The barrel is full-length at 6 inches. Across the top of the barrel you can see only traces of the Smith & Wesson maker's mark and Springfield, Massachusetts production location. On the side of the cylinder you can still see part of the patent dates including the 1860 one. This is an original and affordable .32 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver from after the Civil War.

Item #: A8835
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