Colt 1860 Army Percussion Revolver S/N 69635
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Category: Colt Revolvers - Antique - Civil War Revolvers
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Colt 1860 Army percussion 44 cal, 6 shot, round cylinder, revolver. 8 inch barrel. Manufactured 1862. Serial number 69635.
Good condition steel frame, steel cylinder and barrel. Brass trigger guard and straps. The gun works fine mechanically. The hammer locks solidly in both half cock and full cock. The timing is just as it should be. The rifling is good. Includes the original holster. This is an antique no FFL required can ship directly to you if legal in your state. Must be 21 years of age to buy. This is being sold as a collector's item only not warranted safe to shoot.
This is one of the rare Colt 1860s that was not overhauled at a government armory after the Civil War for use by the post-war cavalry in the Indian Wars from the mid-1860s through at least 1874. The pistol has the original serial number and parts and not mixed parts.
The historic Colt 1860 served through most of the Civil War, and then was chosen to serve on the western frontier with the US cavalry. As D. Farrington says at page 31 in his book, “Arming & Equipping the U. S. Cavalry 1865-1902,” these “Colt Army .44 revolvers did see hard service in the hands of cavalrymen and came to be very well liked and relied upon in the often short, always savage, actions that characterized guerilla warfare with Indians.”
Serial Number: 69635