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Need some help describin this gun.

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by BADUNAME30, Mar 19, 2013.

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  1. BADUNAME30

    BADUNAME30 Member

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    I'm gonna put this up on the block over on the 'Buy, Sell and Trade, Handguns '
    forum but don't know how to properly advertise it.
    Is this a '60 Navy ? '61 ? er waht ?
    Thanx :eek:

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  2. Doak

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    I would describe it as an 1851 Confederate Navy (Brass Frame). Is it .36 cal? If it's a larger cal. it'd be a hybrid...no?
     
  3. J-Bar

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    It appears to be a brass-framed copy of an 1851 Colt Navy. The cylinder does not appear to be rebated so I assume it is a .36 caliber?

    List the maker if you can, and determine the year of manufacture from the proof marks if it is more than a couple of years old.

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    Good shot Doak, ya beat me to the draw!!
     
  4. BADUNAME30

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    Thanx Doak and Bar. Yep, it's .36.
    I'll hafta look up the year.
     
  5. Doak

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    Was waitin' fer ya J-Bar...guess I got impatient. :-D
     
  6. Jaymo

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    It's purty, is what it is.
    I can't afford it, though.
    We had a hailstorm yesterday evening, with golf ball and baseball sized hail.
    All 3 of my personal vehicles, plus my new company van, now have cracked windshields and look like someone took a ball peen hammer to the sheet metal.
    My fun money is going to be gone for a while. :(
     
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    Its a replica of the Schneider and Glassick revolver. Basically a brass framed copy ofthe famed 1851 Colt Navy. If it had a Dragoon style round barrel, it would be a Griswold and Gunnison.
     
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    What Fingers said; probably an ASM too.
     
  10. Hellgate

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    What Swathdiver said (from the shape of the grip).
     
  11. BADUNAME30

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    I know it's an A.S.M. ferllers.
    For as you can see, it is clearly marked so....
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    I jist dint know what model 'nat.
    Thanx fer all the responses.

    Do y'all think a price tag of $175 shipped is ok ?
     
  12. BADUNAME30

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    DANG Jaymo. !!!!
    Good thing you and yourn weren't out in it.

    I had to laugh tho when ya got to the .." look like someone took a ball peen hammer to the sheet metal " tho.
    Reminded me of one winter morn my wife's car had frozen icy snow all over it and i used the side of a corn broom to break it up. Well, a few days later after a melt i saw that i had put little dents all over her car that . " look like someone took a ball peen hammer to the sheet metal " :banghead: Hahahaha !!
     
  13. Fingers McGee

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    Being an engraved model, $175 shipped would be an appropriate starting price. From the pictures, it looks little - if any - used.
     
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