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Remington-Beals Navy Revolver
Item #: AA2410
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This is a .36 caliber Remington-Beals Navy model revolver from the Civil War period. The serial number of 2405 indicates this is an early production gun, with only 15,000 being produced between 1860 - 1862. The 7 1/2" octagonal barrel has no visible stamps. The bore is in good condition with crisp rifling and no pitting present. The loading lever is fully functional. The cylinder scene is completely gone. There are no stamps anywhere on the gun except for inside the frame, hidden by the grips. The trigger guard shows only faint traces of the silver wash once applied. It now displays a nice mustard yellow patina. The two piece walnut grips do not have a cartouche. They show a ton of wear, the original varnish is thin, but still displays great! Everything on the gun appears original. The action is crisp and locks up in half and full cock positions. There is no case color left showing, and no bluing to be found either. The gun has an overall steel gray patina, with light scattered pitting here and there. This is just a solid example of a heavily used, but maintained Remington-Beals Navy that very likely saw service during the Civil War. This is a nice piece of Civil War history at a price that won't break the bank!
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Your Price $895.00 USD