Need help with antique Bacon single shot
I have an antique Bacon .32 rim fire pistol that Flayderman does not list. It has a 6" barrel that is half round and half octagon. There are front and rear sights on the barrel. The correct inscriptions are on the top of the octagon part of the barrel. Serial numbers are found under the barrel, on the pivot screw and under the left grip. ( number 19).
I am new to this sight and am not sure how to post photos. Any help will be welcome.
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I sure hope I did this right. A few more details about the markings on the barrel.On the top flat is "Bacon Mfg. Co. Norwich, Conn.". The photos I took were done with a camera thirteen years old (still uses a floppy disc), so the quality may not be up to snuff.
"Flayderman's Guide to Antique Firearms" lists three varieties of the single shot. Large Frame Type, Small Frame Type, Small Brass Frame Type. The barrel lengths listed are 4" and 5". As you can see in the photos the barrel is 6" long.
Does anyone out there have a Bacon like this?
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