Lot 512 Detail
A Fine Colt Type 5 Solid Barrel Conversion Single Action Pocket Revolver with Rare
Dovetailed Front Sight
Serial no. 2525, .38 caliber rimfire, 3 1/2-inch round and solid barrel marked with two
line maker and Hartford address; two-line two patent date marking on left side of frame;
manufactured without a loading gate; rebated cylinder; stagecoach holdup cylinder roll
scene; nickel-plated including brass gripstraps; blued screws, wedge and trigger;
case-hardened hammer; varnished one piece walnut grips. Seldom observed front sight a
German silver blade on steel base dovetailed at muzzle [see Flayderman 5B-132].
Condition: Fine. 95% nickel, light wear, nicks on barrel lug;
cylinder with 100% sharp rolled scene, light tracking lines; 60% case-hardening with light
wear on hammer; grips with 95% varnish, light wear primarily at butt.
Note: According to Breslin, Pirie and Price in "Variations Of Colt's New Model
Police & Pocket Breech Loading Pistols," the Type 5 revolvers in this serial
number range were not conversions. They left the factory as newly made ( from Pocket 1849
parts) breech-loading cartridge revolvers. c 1875-1886.
Estimate: $3000 - $4000
Reloading kit for pinfire cartridges (7mm & 9mm)
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Revive your antique pinfire firearms
Basic one shell
16 gauge caliber kit
for pinfire shotgun
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Includes a brass
case, a cap holder, a firing pin and a long screw
included (out of Europe shipment)
Revive your antique French 11mm Model
1873 (Chamelot Delvigne) revolver
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Content : 11 mm tools + 12
reloadable cases + 1 powder measuring cup + 25 lead bullets
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