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Rex in OTZ 02-18-2012 09:05 AM

US mfg Cap & ball revolvers....Not Colt or Remington
 
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Whitney Navy 1858

THE WHITNEY&BEALS "WALKING BEAM" REVOLVER

Whitney Two-Trigger Percussion Revolver:

REVOLVER WESSON'S & LEAVITT'S 1837/49

THE JAMES WARNER 1851 POCKET REVOLVER

UNION ARMS C

Starr

Peperbox Allan Thurber

Stocking Co

Rogers & Spencer

THE ROBINSON REVOLVER

Robbins & Lawrence

S.Pettengill

Metropolitan Arms Navy model revolver

Maynard - Massachussets Arms C

Manhattan Fire Arms

Josiah Ells

Cooper Firearms Mfg

Continental Arms C - Norwich CT.

Butterfield

Bliss & Goodyear

Thomas Bacon

Charles R. Alsop

Allen and Wheelock 1858

Allen & Weelock Model 44 Army Hammer center 6 shot

C.B. Allen Cochran Turret Revolver by C.B. Allen

http://www.littlegun.info/arme%20americaine/a%20a%20images%20armes%20americaine%20gb.htm

Rex in OTZ 02-18-2012 09:10 AM

Revolvers used by confederate troops during the civil war
 
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We have on the left, upwards: Joslyn (rare), North&Savage, Savage "Number Eight" and Rogers & Spencer.

In the box a Dragoon Colt 3rd model. On right-hand side we see Pettingill, Starr simple action, Allen & Wheelock with cartridge with a funny system of ejection, and Starr double action. All gauges 44.

Below the box there is Savage Navy calibre .36, then two others of which I do not remember any more the name. They were not used all for the army, but they all are of the "military" models.


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