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SN 14456. Cal. 45 LC 7-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Revolver retains traces of nickel finish in protected areas of frame. Balance has been polished bright and blends well with remaining nickel. Bbl shows a clear address with correct-type ejector. Bbl is numbered to gun, and inspected with a “C” next to the locating stud. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Frame shows nickel in protected areas balanced polished bright to match nickel. Cylinder has been polished overall shows a clear SN and A inspector stamp. A stamp is also visible on bbl, trigger guard, and backstrap. Hammer is good. Grip straps show traces of nickel balanced polished bright. Grips are replacements. Frame is marked “US” on left side. No caliber mark is visible on trigger guard. Comes with John Kopec letter dated October 5, 1979 discussing this revolver. A good representative example of an early nickel-plated US Single Action with Ainsworth inspector marks. 49545-1 TEP (8,000-10,000) – Lot 1049

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Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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