Now here’s one for the best firearms historians on THR. Around 1900 my great great grandfather was riding a buggy on an old wagon trail in the panhandle of Oklahoma. While taking a break to stretch his legs, he happened upon a pistol. A saw handle dueling pistol. Except this one is different. This is a rifled dueling pistol. The only other one I’ve ever seen is in the J.M. Davis gun museum. It is an identical match to this pistol. Except they don’t know who made it either. So here’s your chance to upstage the historians and curators at one of the most famous gun museums. There are 2 marks on this gun. A “1” underneath the hinge for the ramrod. And a “1” on the inside of the trigger guard. That is all. Wouldn’t it be interesting if the one in J.M. Davis had a “2”? So who’s up for a challenge?