I'll talk with you again tomorrow about this situation I'm in. This model were mainly furchased by individuals as personal sidearm during the Civil War. Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. Some days later he started infringement suits on Moore, Warner, Lowell and Pond. In proportions and weight, it approached closely those of the later model.
That same number appears in 3 other locations; on the bottom of the butt of the firearm, that part which is the frame, it also appears on the face of the cyclinder; the side that you put the ammo in when you are to shoot. According to the serial number which is: 98032. Approximately 500 of these large frame lever action pistols were made from 1853 - 1854. In January of 1882 the Second Model. Production Year number 1868 26. Nevertheless, it was considered seriously as a cavalry arm.
From Hunt rifle to Winchester. The cylinder had to be assisted to revolve once, and the rebound spring failed to push the trigger forward three times. That would put yours around 03-04? Ive been informed that Roy G. If you have any questions regarding this item, you should contact the Seller before bidding. Its pretty rusty but I believe salvagable. Buyer Tip: Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item.
Top break release is different as well with pictures available in current blue book. I'd estimate your gun was produced towards the end of the 1st Models which might put it out-the-door around 1901-02? If we disregard the 'Y' in the serial , your 89xx is a 2nd Model Safety Hammerless. I have been pretty successful in finding dates for old Smiths. The starting serial number for the production of this particuliar firearm began with 1, and ended with 91417 inclusive. I've been searching for any kind of clarity on this-----no help yet. Although this improvement did away with the extra set of notches, the cylinder stop remained partly exposed and a catch-all for dirt. So great was its resemblance to the.
It has checkered black hard rubber grips and on the bottom of the left grip, in very small and fine writing is written this: Pat'd Jan. I guess you can update your ad, and notify the bidder of such. The front sear was joined to the trigger and held in that position by the hand pivot, giving extra leverage for an easy pull when used double-action. You can contact the seller by clicking on the seller's nickname. I could'nt find any mention of what This sale must comply with proper procedure.
But he did not claim for damages. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! Round finger hole lever action. I could'nt find any mention of what caliber this firearm was on the outside of it? The serial number is usually on the bottom of the grip frame. Perhaps the idea came from England, where the. Here is a pic from the left side. Hardly a revolver cartridge was expended in that brief struggle except for target practice, the issue being settled by shoulder arms and artillery.
I thought that the serial number identified the firearm? Model Number 1 Model 1 1st issue. Evolution of the revolver during the years just covered is remarkable for one manufacturing omission—the double-action principle. With the changment of the base wad, a new firing ping patent of Hicks, William Cleveland was needed. See He created a and is asking for any information available. The walls of the trigger were made to cover the rear sear and cylinder stop, as had been done previously in the. I have not had any luck finding the 'Y' prefix anywhere.
Barrel, magazine and frame are blued. To put them on an equal footing, the Board directed that the latter should have six-inch barrels the same as their competitors. Any Info would be greatly appreciated! Distinguishing the original from subsequent models is the side plate, in which the cuts run across the side of the frame, thus departing from the previous irregular shape. I'd say no, but I don't know for sure? The cylinder stop was of rocker type, requiring a double series of stop notches in the cylinder, with a free grove to accommodate its action. Nobody seemed to want it for a target arm, perhaps because its trigger pull was not as easy as the s.
Hunt, Walter Arrowsmith, George A. The serial number is usually found beneath the grips. This revolver is based on Daniel Leavitt's patent no. They stole most of my guns, so I know they were heavily armed by the time they left! They are readily distinguished by the rebated cylinder, which is not unlike that of the 1860 percussion Colt. I've acquired an old pocket pistol and was curious as to the age.