Serial No. 4246, circa 1892-1898, .44S&W, 12.75" octagonal to round barrel. Less than 116 of these Target pistols were made, 95-97% original blue remains on barrel. Beautiful case coloring is present on the receiver. Left side has standard markings with "PS" stamped on the left side. Grips are near excellent and matching. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling noted. Consignment
Serial number 20731. Made circa 1860s. 36 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Super sharp gun with approximately 25% of the original blue. Grips are very good.
Serial number 79514. Made circa 1860s. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. This gun is in very good condition as refinished in nickel plating. The grips are Stags.
Serial number 164. Made circa 1870s to 1880s. 44 Remington caliber with 7 ½” barrel. Approximately 80% of the original nickel remains. Grips are good as refinished.
Serial number 0247. 38 RF caliber with a 6 ½” barrel. Metal has been cleaned. Grips have been refinished.
Serial number 2617. Made circa 1861 -1862. 36 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun has a mottled gray patina. Case is much later than the gun.
Serial number 180541. Made circa 1870s. 44 centerfire with a 8” barrel. Gun has a dark brown patina with pitting.
Serial number 139325. Made circa 1860s. 44 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Gray patina throughout metal. Front sight is missing. Grips are very good. Timing is slightly off.
Serial number 121012. Made late 1860s early 1870s. 44 centerfire caliber with a 8” barrel Metal has a light gray patina. Grips are very good.
Serial number L523. Made Pre 1898. Very fine engraved Remington over / under derringer. This gun is possibly engraved by the master Ben Shostle, but more likely engraved in his style. This gun comes in a beautifully carved wood case with bone inlays.
Serial number 128896. Made circa 1860s. 44 caliber with 8” barrel. This is mostly a patina gun with some traces of blue finish. Grips are nice and sharp and the left side grip has a visible cartouche.
Serial number 79497. Made circa early 1860s. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Gun has been refinishes, but is a nice sharp gun. Markings are still visible.
Serial No. 902, 7.5" barrel chambered in .44-40. Revolver was picked up by Victor Young in Rosebud Creek on the Rosebud Reservation in 1993. A small trace of nickel is noted on the frame. Revolver is in relic condition and action is frozen. It is noted that some Indian Police carried Nickle plated 1875 Remington revolvers. Why this was found on the bottom of Rosebud creek will remain a...
Serial No. 9973 and 14277 with 7 3/8" round barrels chambered in .45 Colt circa 1880's Mexican contract Remington Model 1875 single Action revolvers. Revolvers are a dark to light grey patina with traces of original nickel visible. Revolvers are marked "R de M", which stands for Republic of Mexico. Markings can be found on one of the cylinders while the other revolver is marked right side on...
This gun has a mostly brown patina. Action indexes and locks up on most notches. Barrel has been shortened.
41 RF caliber with a 3” barrel. Metal with a grayish brown patina. Hinge is broken.
Early type 1 model with the marking on the side rib and with the absence of an extractor. This is a nice sharp gun with a mostly gray patina with original blue in protected areas. Action works well.
Very fine example with 85% blue on the barrel and about 25% of the blue on the rest of the gun. The grips are very good. The case has been relined. Accessories are nice. The bottom of the case has a name “S. B. Reynolds” And what appears to be a date.
Excellent original condition with most of the original nickel. Grips are excellent. Action works perfectly.
Beautiful condition with most of the original finish on the barrel. Grips are very fine.