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uncolts.jpg The UNCOLTS(see above): 1) Spanish Colt. 2) Pierce prototype. 3) 1860 Remington conversion. 4) 1875 Remington. 5) S&W American. 6) S&W Russian. 7) Merwin-Hulbert 3rd model. 8) Merwin Pocket. 9) Forehand & Wadsworth. 10) Hopkins & Allen. 11) Civil War Bacon, converted to .38cf. 12) Plant cupfire converted to .41rf.

Fine Galand Double Action Self-Extracting Pocket Revolver Serial no. 14461, 7.65mm caliber centerfire, 3-inch octagonal barrel, blued, with case-hardened non-fluted six-shot cylinder; lever, trigger and hammer bright steel; checkered and varnished walnut grips. Crown over C.F.G. proofmarking on left side of barrel breech; proofmark on right side of frame. Condition: Fine to excellent. 95% blue and case-hardening; grips fine.

The Remington-Beals Model Revolvers along with subsequent models and variations were percussion revolvers manufactured by Eliphalet Remington & Sons in .31 (Pocket) .36 (Navy) or .44 (Army) caliber, used during the American Civil War, and was the beginning of a successful line of medium and large frame percussion revolvers. It saw use in the American West, both in its original percussion configuration and as a metallic cartridge conversion, as well as around the world.

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Antique Frontier Army Revolver . This revolver was made in Belgium for the American market in the 1880s. An interesting ANTIQUE REVOLVER in 44-40 WCF with a 5 3/8 in. barrel. It is stamped "Frontier Army" on the top strap and the top of the barrel is marked Belgium . These revolvers were carried in the Old West by many young cowboys. When Sears and Roebuck or Mongomery Wards sold the Colt for $14.00 and you could by one of these for $4.00 .

Col. Roosevelt’s Smith & Wesson Revolver-Attributed by S factory records to Col. Roosevelt. He likely took delivery of this gun prior to training his Rough Riders at San Antonio. This gun features "combat target" sights & is one of only 3- 4 known to have been chambered for the .38 U.S. Service caliber cartridge, unlike most chambered in .44 Russian caliber. Standard features include a top-break frame, automatic cartridge ejection as the barrel opened fully, & a rebounding-type hammer.