Moore's Patent 7 Shot Revovler
Guns International #: 100862242 Seller's Inventory #: 210
Category: Antique Revolvers - Cartridge - Civil War Revolvers
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.32RF, 5" octagonal barrel, S/N 1917. Blued finish with silvered brass frame and walnut grip. Marked "D. Moore Patent Sept. 18, 1860" on top of barrel flat. Frame engraved with foliate splays and punch dot background shading. Early American cartridge revolver produced ca 1861-1863 with production estimated at between 5000 and 8000 guns. Single-action mechanism with unique system that allowed the cylinder and barrel to be rotated to the right of the frame for loading and unloading. Original removable ejector rod in place under barrel. Condition:
Good to very good. Barrel and cylinder void of finish with a dull gray patina . Cylinder with one spot of erosion on the surface. Frame retaining much of the original silver plating and screws retaining most of their original bright, fire blued finish. Mechanically fine, good bore with only some lightly scattered pitting. Walnut grips about good, lightly sanded with the backstrap slightly proud of the wood. This a realy nice example of a rare Civil War era cartride revolver.