Guns International #: 100794314 Seller's Inventory #: #200
Category: Handguns - English Pistols - Antique Pistols - Percussion

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Seller: romsey
Company: ----
Member Since: 6/14/13
First Name: warren
Last Name: ralph
State: California
Zip: 92103-5115
Country: United States
Phone: (619) 291-1707
Number of Active Listings: 90
Total Number of Listings: 329
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: USPO money order,personal check

The fine old English gunmaker WESTLEY RICHARDS ( the name and street adress appear on the barrel top) made this .78 caliber man stopper percussion pistol. .The quality and craftsmanship this company  is known for shows .. Made ca. 1820 this pistol would rate  very good plus under NRA  Condition Standards For Antique Firearms. It has a 5 & 1/4 " octogon  barrel and an overall length of 9 & 1/2 ".There are front and rear sights, a captive ramrod, a working sliding safety, (so there is no 1/2 cock position- not needed) a silver band on the barrel, ( asign of quality craftsmanship) a  full length  checkered walnut stock  in excellent condition, an unmarked escutcheon plate, engraving on the hammer, lock and trigger guard. The action is strong.  The metal had been blued. Some shows on the lock, a little on the barrel.

A NO interest payment plan is available

As this is an antique it may be sent directly to a new proud owner. (No FFL required)
A shipping charge will be added

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Price: $1400-

Antique: Yes
Manufacturer: Westley Richards -- England
Model: Percussion Manstopper
Serial Number: none
Barrel Length: 5 & 1/4" o/a 9 1/2
Caliber Info: .78smooth
Bore: smooth
Condition: very good+
Metal Condition: very good+
Wood Condition: excellent
Bore Condition: good
Barrels: one
Barrel Type: octogon
Action: percussion
Triggers: one
Stock: walnut/checkered
Finish: was blued
Sights: front & rear
Manufacture Date: ca. 1820
Engraving: some
Item Location: San Diego, California