The push rod could have possibly been repaired at one time since the bluing near the end of the rod has a slight discoloration to it like it has been under heat. The cylinder also does not always turn when the firearm is cocked. All the serial numbers are matching and has cartouched grips, though the cartouches are pretty light.
.44 Caliber (Black powder)
Almost all of the finish has either worn or turned a brown patina. There are heavy pitting marks through out the revolver. The Texas Ranger and Indian fight scene on the cylinder is very difficult to see, but is still slightly visible.
Fair amount of handling marks and indents on both grips.
The bore still has very strong rifling, but is quite pitted.
Single action only.
4 lbs. 1.9 oz.
Recessed rear sight on hammer and post front sight.
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