2010 Standard Catalog of Firearms: The Collector's Price and by Dan Shideler

By Dan Shideler

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  • Entertaining, informative function articles on Commando fingers, Harrington &
  • Richardson and Smith & Weston
  • 16-page photograph part facing classic pepperboxes–the world's first six-shooters!

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The barrel length was 28". It was loaded by means of a trapdoor-type breech that had a lever handle. The finish was blued with checkered walnut stock. There were a few hundred manufactured between 1865 and 1871. Exc. G. 1800 Good 800 Fair 250 Poor 125 NIB Exc. 1700 1500 Alpha Custom NIB Exc. G. G. 1250 Good 750 Fair 500 Poor 250 Exc. G. R. SEE—Ethan Allen Middletown, Connecticut ALLEN FIREARMS This firearms manufacturer made revolvers during 1862 and 1863. They made two basic models, the Navy and the Pocket model.

The barrel was marked “E. Allen & Co. ” This was a very rare firearm, made between 1865 and 1871. Exc. G. 75" in length. The markings were the same. There were approximately 100 manufactured between 1865 and 1871. Courtesy Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming Exc. G. 44 rimfire cartridges. It had a part-octagon barrel from 23" to 28" in length. The breech was activated by the combination trigger guard action lever. Opening the breech automatically ejected the empty cartridge. The external hammer was manually cocked, and it featured an adjustable sight.

G. — Good 1650 Fair 750 Poor 200 Second Model Pocket Rifle A rounded-frame, round-grip version of the First Model. Exc. G. — Good 1550 Fair 650 Poor 200 Bar Hammer Pistol A double-action pistol with a top-mounted bar hammer. 36 caliber percussion. The half-octagon barrels were from 2" to 10" in length. They screwed out of the frame so it was possible to breech load them. The finish was blued with rounded walnut grips. ” There were approximately 2,000 manufactured between the early 1830s and 1860.

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