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.28 caliber percussion, 6 shot revolver, 2 1/2" round barrel, marked WARNER'S PATENT JAN 1851 and SPRINGFIELD ARMS COMPANY, Pocket Model - ring trigger, production was about 120 in 1851

.28 caliber percussion, 6 shot revolver, 2 1/2" round barrel, marked WARNER'S PATENT JAN 1851 and SPRINGFIELD ARMS COMPANY, Pocket Model - ring trigger, production was about 120 in 1851

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SB marked pocket pistol with folding knife. Combination pin-fire revolver and…

1851 - 1855   The Volcanic Repeating Arms Company obtained all rights for the Volcanic designs as well as the ammunition, from the Smith & Wesson Company. Wesson remained as plant manager for 8 months before rejoining Smith to found the "Smith & Wesson Revolver Company" upon obtaining the licensing of the Rollin White rear loading cylinder patent. Winchester forced the insolvency of the Volcanic Arms Company in late 1856.

1851 - 1855 The Volcanic Repeating Arms Company obtained all rights for the…

LeMat Revolver- a small bronze-framed pinfire revolver with Belgian proof marks that follows the LeMat pattern. Unmarked beyond the proof marks, this eight-shot handgun has a cylinder chambered for 9mm pinfire cartridges. The secondary barrel stands ready to fire a .44 caliber centerfire cartridge. While it doesn’t hold the same historical connection to the War Between the States, this upgraded LeMat, if produced in greater numbers, might have been an interesting sidearm for the South.

LeMat Revolver- a small bronze-framed pinfire revolver with Belgian proof marks…

.22 caliber single shot pocket pistol, rose but grip, 3,5" barrel, rosewood or walnut grips, square but, somes engraved, approximately 2,100 made, marked T.J. STAFFORD NEW HAVEN, CT. on the top of the barrel and up to approximately 300 "Patent Applied For" on the buttom of the but or "Patented/march 19.1860" for the later production,

caliber single shot pocket pistol, rose but grip, barrel, rosewood or…

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