COLT 7 ½” ARMY REVOLVER, Model 1873
Used Condition
FFL is not required
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$1,900.00
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$1,800.00
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8/1/2017 7:38 PM
Item 670598332
Location Allport, PA 16821
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Inspection/ Return Policy
AS IS - No refund or exchange

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DA-009-L- (11289)-JJH- COLT 7 ½” ARMY REVOLVER, Model 1873, .44-40 caliber. Excavated many years ago in the town of Fort Laramie, Wyoming, by local resident. He was digging in the sandy soil along the banks of the Platte River, searching for relics he could sell to tourists. Obviously dropped by a galloping horse soldier while crossing the Platte River on his way to or from the fort. All metal surfaces rusted and pitted, obliterating all markings and numbers. The loading gate, the ejection rod and spring are missing. The cylinder can be rotated by hand, and the hammer still works on the mainspring and can be cocked back, and it will stay cocked if you push the trigger forward by hand to catch the notch. Then you can pull the trigger for a satisfying “clack”, as the hammer rams home. The hard rubber grips remains, original, showing some checkering, much holster wear on left one, and a chip out of the toe of the right one, but horse in oval Colt insignia quite visible. Good firing pin, too. A great relic with good historical connections. The grip-strap is slightly bent, bud does not obstruct function. A great relic of the olde west. All original, as-is. SAFETY NOTICE: We do not sell firearms, only collectible antiques, if you shoot them it is at your own risk and we are not liable for anything you do.
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3.00 Pounds