Savage Revolving Fire-Arms Co. Navy Model .36 ball
Used Condition
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Item 671429423
Location Colmar, PA 18915
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NEW LOW PRICE! This Is a USED Navy Model Percussion revolver manufactured by the Savage Revolving Fire-Arms Co. of Middletown, Connecticut, c. 1861-1865. Grab a piece of history by the handle. If you're looking for Civil War era handguns that are unique, then this might fit the bill. The Ordnance Department purchased 11,984 of these distinctive revolvers during the Civil War at a price of $19 each. The revolver features a unique heart shaped trigger guard with round cocking lever, off-set hammer, six-shot cylinder, 7-1/8" octagon barrel and hinged loading lever. The two-piece walnut grips are oil-finished. The barrel, frame and cylinder had a highly polished blue finish. The loading lever, trigger guard, cocking piece and hammer were color casehardened. The top of the frame is roll-stamped "SAVAGE R.F.A. Co.MIDDLETOWN.CT./H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17 1856/JANUARY 18 1859/MAY 15 1860" in four lines. A partially faded cartouche is stamped on the lower left side of the grip, and Ordnance single letter sub-inspection marks are stamped on some components. The revolver retains traces of the faded original blue finish and some traces of the case colors with an otherwise gray-brown patina. There is some light pitting and scattered minor marks/scratches. The grips are good with a faint cartouche, some small chips at the edges and otherwise only light handling and storage marks. Mechanically fine with clear frame markings. The striking shield on the hammer is damaged as seen in picture. Auction disclaimer The item pictured is the item for bid. Add 3% for credit cards. Everything we sell ships FedEx, no exceptions. Shipping prices are for Continental United States only. We reserve the right to end this auction early if there are no bids as this item is for sale in our store. You are responsible to check your local laws before bidding. Items paid for with personal check will be held for 7 business days to make sure the check clears. If you bid, and do not buy, YOU WILL BE REPORTED AS A NON-PAYING BIDDER. Check us out on the web at
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Navy Model
.36 caliber ball
Barrel Length
7 inch
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