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Colt M1849 Pocket

$3,850

Excellent, New York address Colt 1849 with 90% original silver, about 90% bluing on the barrel, very sharp scene on the cylinder and the finest grips I have seen so far on a gun of this age. In fact, this is the finest 1849 I have ever had. All numbers match, on frame, back strap, cylinder, ramrod a...

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1837 Chatellerault Navy Belt Pistol

$2,250

This single-shot percussion pistol bears arsenal stamps on the frame and trigger guard and the engraved name of the arsenal "Mre. Rle. de Chatellerault" (Royal manufacture at Chatellerault). The top of the frame is marked "Mle. 1837" and the number 7 is stamped in the side of the barrel. The letters...

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Moore’s Teat Fire

$750

Fine to excellent Moore's teat fire pocket revolver with about 50% silver on the engraved brass frame and an equal amount of original blue on the barrel and cylinder. The cylinder is engraved with "D. WILLIAMSON'S PATENT JANUARY 5, 1864, the barrel is labelled MOORE'S PAT. FIRE ARMS CO. BROOKLYN N.Y...

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Belgian Contract Colt M1851

$3550

Excellent condition Colt 1851 in .36 percussion made under license by Nicholas Gilon of Liege, Belgium. Shiny, 7 1/2 inch smooth-bore barrel, excellent rosewood grips and 80% silver on the frame, and as much blue on the barrel. Beautiful case colours on the ram rod and the iron parts of the frame. S...

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Colt M1849 Pocket

$2,650

Very fine Colt 1849 Pocket with a four-inch barrel. Tight mechanics, excellent grips, 75% silver on the brass frame. The rifling is sharp, and there is only moderate pitting of the barrel interior near the breech. The blue has mostly turned into a dark plum patina, and the cylinder scene is well pre...

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Very RARE Chicago Firearms “Protector”

$3,500

Manufactured by The Ames Sword Company under contract for Peter Finnigan, who formed the Chicago Firearms Co. to sell these "palm-squeezers" at the 1891 Worlds Fair in Chicago. Ames defaulted on the contract and Finnigan sued. He won and Ames was penalized for missing the deadline. The remainder of ...

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RARE Hammonds Patent Deringer

$2,800

Excellent and Rare Hammond's Patent Single Shot Deringer This is a very rare and extremely nice Connecticut Arms single shot Deringer in .44 rim fire. The largest caliber Deringer-type pistol ever made. It is known as the "Bulldog", and has a unique side-pivoting breechblock and spring-loaded extr...

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Rare National Arms Deringer

$2,200

A rare, fine quality .41 rim fire deringer from the National Arms company. Originally the Moore's Firearms Co., National Arms was in business for only a few years before being purchased by Colt in 1870. These rare little gems are very well made and would surely pack a punch with their short barrel a...

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Connecticut Arms “Bulldog”

$1,400

Unique pivoting breech deringer in very good condition. 50% nickel plating on the frame and about as much blue on the barrel. Strong springs, proper single action function, slight amount of play on the breech block. Bright barrel with crisp rifling. Fine gutta percha grips without cracks or chips. A...

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Remington Rider Magazine Pistol

$1,650

Joseph Rider invented the first pistol using a tubular magazine in American History. Working for Remington and Sons of Ilion, NY, this prolific inventor had his name on several of Remington's products, and held numerous patents of his own. The Rider magazine pistol is unique in its design, utilising...