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#2158 Hopkins & Allin “Dictator” Pocket Model 32RF

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#2158 Hopkins & Allin “Dictator” Pocket Model 32RF cal five shot revolver. Fine action and VG++ bore. Made in the late 1870s and well into the 1880s with several thousand made as 32RF and 38RFs and basically just being a factory converted Bacon Pocket Model revolver, these well well-built post Civil War revolvers just couldn’t compete with Colt and Manhattan in the highly competitive small personal handgun market. This particular gun has 99% original nickel and the metal is Fine++ with minimal bumps and bruises, being almost Excellent++ for overall condition, and the grips are the same. For the collector of early cartridge revolvers, this is a super nice addition. About Exc++. $385













Price: $385.00


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