S&W Second Model American 8” Barrel
Guns International #: 101090417 Seller's Inventory #: 4145
Category: Smith & Wesson Revolvers - Antique - Antique Revolvers - Cartridge
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First Name: Jimmy
Last Name: Amburn
Country: United States
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This is a nice and crisp 8” Second Model American with serial number 17008. The bore is about very good, bright with strong rifling but does have a small amount of corrosion from the black powder. The outside has mostly turned a plum color but still shows 35% blue colors. Caliber is 44 S&W American. The mechanical function and index is very good, crisp and tight. The wood grips are very good except for a small ding near the left rear heal. This American was most likely made in 1873 and was a big improvement over the slow extracting and loading Colt Single Action Army revolver. It has been mentioned that Buffalo Bill Cody purchased an American in 1874; Wyatt Earp allegedly carried one at the OK Corral shoot out: and some were know to have been carried at the Little Big Horn in 1876. The S&W American’s were cutting edge technology.
I would consider trades for pre 1899 ANTIQUE PISTOLS and rifles on any of my items.. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO TRADE? Ask about our 30-90 day lay-away program. We accept Bank Check, Money order, Personal checks or wire transfer.
Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson
Model: Second Model American
Serial Number: 17008
Caliber: 44 American