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#3863 Starr Arms Model 1858 Army D/A revolver, 44caliber percussion with VG+ bore (7-8)

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#3863 Starr Arms Model 1858 Army D/A revolver, 44caliber percussion with VG+ bore (7-8) and strong tight action and working well on both single and double action modes. Overall just a thin plum-blue brown mixing with grey brown over most of the surface; minimal pitting. Good markings and very good grips with just the minor nicks and chips of a 150+ year life, but no cartouches remain. And…in spite of the fact that Clint Eastwood couldn’t hit the side of a barn in the beginning of the movie, “Unforgiven” ….the Starr
revolvers were said to be more accurate than the Colt 1860 Army. VG+ as described. $1425 SALE! $1350












Price: $1,350.00


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11/23/2017 (in 32 days)

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10/15/2017

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