Stones River Trading Company

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F869.                               SHARPS AND HANKINS MODEL 1862 CARBINE, NAVY TYPE, THESE WERE ONLY PRODUCED BETWEEN 1862 - 1865
                                        AND ARE SCARCE WITH ONLY ABOUT 8000 OF ALL TYPES BEING MADE, THIS EXAMPLE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
                                        THE METAL HAS A DULL GRAY PATINA AND IS FREE OF PITTING OR DAMAGE, THE WALNUT STOCK IS ALSO IN VERY
                                        GOOD SHAPE, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY ON THE NAVAL CARBINE THE LEATHER BARREL COVERING IS IN VERY
                                        GOOD CONDITION WITH ONLY SLIGHT CRAZING, THE OFFICIAL RECORDS SHOW THE NAVY PURCHASED 6,686 OF
                                        THESE AND THAT THEY SAW EXTENSIVE USE, IT IS A .52 CALIBER RIMFIRE BREECHLOADER, THE BARREL SLIDES
                                        FORWARD FOR LOADING, THE LEFT SIDE OF THE FRAME IS MARKED SHARPS/PATENT/1859 AND THE RIGHT SIDE IS
                                        MARKED SHARPS/&/HANKINS/PHILADA, THE ACTION IS CRISP AND WORKS LIKE NEW, OVERALL THIS IS A GREAT
                                        EXAMPLE OF A WEAPON SELDOM SEEN FOR SALE
                                       

                                                             $1,395.00

F856.                            SMITH CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, THE METAL IS SMOOTH AND FREE OF PITTING, HAS A MEDIUM GRAY
                                     PATINA, THE RECEIVER ON THE LEFT SIDE HAS A CLEAR MAKER'S STAMPING AND PATENT INFO, HAS THE ORIGINAL
                                     REAR SIGHT, THE BLADE ON THE FRONT SIGHT HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH A TALLER BRASS BLADE, THE WALNUT
                                     STOCK IS ALSO IN VERY GOOD SHAPE, HAS THE OUTLINE OF THE INSPECTOR'S CARTOUCHE, THE ACTION IS CRISP
                                     AND FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY, VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF ONE OF THE MORE IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR CARBINES
                                    

                                                                                                  $1,375.00

F852.                               DUG REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY, THE METAL HAS A DARK BROWN PATINA WITH ONLY SLIGHT, UNIFORM
                                        SURFACE PITTING, AMAZINGLY THE TRIGGER AND CYLINDER WILL STILL MOVE, IT IS MISSING THE LOADING
                                        LEVER, TRIGGER GUARD, AND HAMMER, STILL A NICE DISPLAYABLE WEAPON THAT NO DOUBT SAW ACTION
                                       
                                                                                                                                                  $495.00

F849.                               BACON MFG. COMPANY POCKET REVOLVER, SECOND MODEL, IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, HAS A FIVE INCH
                                        BARREL AND A FIVE SHOT, .31 CALIBER FLUTED CYLINDER, THE METAL IS SMOOTH WITH MOST OF IT'S BRIGHT
                                        FINISH STILL SHOWING BUT IT HAS BEGUN TO BROWN, HAS A CLEAR BARREL ADDRESS, THE GRIPS ARE ALSO
                                        IN GREAT SHAPE, ACTION IS CRISP AND WORKS PERFECTLY, THESE ARE SCARCE REVOLVERS WITH ONLY APPROX.
                                        3,300 BEING MADE FROM 1858 - 1867, AND ONLY ABOUT 1,400 OF THOSE MARKED WITH THE BACON NAME
                                       
                                                                                                                                             $695.00

F846.                            MODEL 1808 CONTRACT CONVERSION MUSKET, THE U S WAR DEPT. UNDER AUTHORITY GRANTED BY CONGRESS
                                     CONTRACTED FOR 85,200 OF THESE MUSKETS IN ANTICIPATION OF WAR WITH EUROPE, ONLY APPROX. 42,000 WERE
                                     ACTUALLY PRODUCED, THIS EXAMPLE WAS MFG. BY POMEROY OF PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS AND IS IN GOOD
                                     CONDITION, THE LOCK PLATE STILL HAS A CLEAR POMEROY STAMPING, THE 42" LONG BARREL HAS INSPECTOR
                                     MARKS AND S.N.Y. PLUS THE MFG. DATE OF 1810 AT THE BREECH, THE METAL IS SMOOTH WITH A DARK PATINA, THE
                                     WALNUT STOCK IS ALSO IN GOOD SHAPE AND STILL HAS A VISIBLE CARTOUCHE, THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BUTT STOCK
                                     HAS AN S W LIGHTLY CARVED AND A STAMPING I CAN'T COMPLETELY MAKE OUT, THE LEFT SIDE HAS B M / A VERY
                                     LIGHTLY CARVED INTO IT, THE RAMROD IS A REPLACEMENT, THE ACTION WORKS WELL, JUST IMAGINE THE HISTORY
                                     THAT THIS 206 YEAR OLD WEAPON HAS BEEN A PART OF, DISPLAYS WELL
                                    

                                                                $985.00

F836.                             EXCAVATED ETHAN AND ALLEN LONG BARREL SINGLE SHOT PISTOL IN VERY GOOD DUG CONDITION, THESE
                                      LONG BARREL PISTOLS ARE VERY DIFFICULT TO FIND IN ANY CONDITION, BUT YOU VIRTUALLY NEVER SEE A
                                      DUG ONE, APPROX. 12" LONG OVERALL WITH A 9" HALF ROUND, HALF OCTAGON BARREL, THE METAL IS IN
                                      GOOD SHAPE WITH A MEDIUM DARK PATINA AND UNIFORM SLIGHT SURFACE PITTING, IT IS MISSING THE
                                      HAMMER AND TRIGGER, VERY COOL RELIC THAT ATTRACTS A LOT OF ATTENTION
                                     

                                                                                                                  $265.00

F830.                          SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NUMBER 2 OLD MODEL REVOLVER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, THE METAL IS SMOOTH
                                   WITHOUT ANY PITTING AND HAS A NICE SILVERY-GRAY PATINA, .32 CALIBER, 6 SHOT CYLINDER, 6" BARREL, THE TOP
                                   BARREL RIDGE HAS A GOOD S & W MARKING, THE ROSEWOOD GRIPS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE EXCEPT FOR SOME SLIGHT
                                   WEAR ON THE BOTTOM LEFT SIDE, THE ACTION IS CRISP AND FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY, AS IS NEARLY ALWAYS THE CASE
                                   WITH THESE THERE IS SOME WIGGLE WHERE THE BARREL JOINS THE FRAME, OVERALL A VERY NICE EXAMPLE
                                   

                                                                                                                                 $745.00

F802.                          COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER IN GOOD CONDITION, FOUR INCH BARREL HAS A VERY CLEAR COLT'S ADDRESS
                                   ON THE TOP BARREL FLAT, FIVE SHOT CYLINDER RETAINS TRACES OF THE STAGECOACH HOLDUP SCENE, THE METAL IS
                                   FREE OF PITTING AND HAS A MEDIUM-DARK BROWN PATINA, ALL MATCHING SERIAL NUMBERS DENOTING AN 1854
                                   PRODUCTION DATE, THE ACTION WORKS WELL ON ALL BUT ONE CHAMBER, THE WOOD GRIPS ARE IN VERY GOOD SHAPE
                                   THEIR IS WHAT LOOKS LIKE THE LETTER I LIGHTLY CARVED INTO EACH SIDE, NICE WEAPON THAT DISPLAYS GREAT
                                  
                                                                                                                                            $785.00

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