Antique Frontier Army Revolver with original Antique holster
Guns International #: 100453638 Seller's Inventory #: RJT# 3021
Category: Cowboy Action Revolvers - Antique Revolvers - Cartridge

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Seller: River Junction Trade Co.
Company: Box 275 McGregor, Ia. 52157
Member Since: 10/20/09
First Name: Jim
Last Name: Boeke
State: Iowa
Zip: 52157
Country: United States
Phone: (563) 880-4588
Phone2: (563) 880-4588
Fax: (563) 873-3647
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Number of Active Listings: 177
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Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.

Payment Types Accepted: credit card, M O, Personal check


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. It locks up tight, cycles, and all parts function. These guns were offer by Sears Roebuck and Montgomery Wards in the 1880s.



The rear cylinder face shows the crown over "ELG" in an oval proof mark. The butt plate has a lanyard ring.  The gun is smooth blue/gray throughout with fantastic gutta percha grips. The rifling is very strong with some black powder pitting.   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. The antique holster was bunkhouse made for the gun. The holster is in using shape and the leather is fully alive.
This is an ANTIQUE and can be shipped directly to you. Sold as an Antique ~ no guarantees, warranties, or liabilities for any actual usage. If any firearms are to be used for shooting purposes, a qualified gunsmith should inspect them first. Adult signature required upon delivery. No FFL required.

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Antique: Yes