McCandless Posted September 14, 2016 Share Posted September 14, 2016 (edited) Still cleaning out The Cave and came across another item that might interest a CAS pard... Sold: Antique Harrington & Richardson Spur Trigger, Single Action, Black Powder, Nickle Plated Pocket Pistol. Model 1-1/2, manufactured only between 1878-1883. This is an antique so it does not need to go through an FFL, unless your particular locale requires. Chambers .32 rimfire cal. 5 shot, 2-1/2" octagon barrel, medium frame, saw grip. Action is nice, with proper timing and lockup. Bore with good lands and grooves, a small patch of frost, but no pitting. Nickel plate is worn, but not flaking. Appr. 80% coverage remains. Grips are perfectly fitted wood aftermarket, from somewhere in the last century or so, with a greater palm swell than original for better handling. Barrel has 2 line address that reads, Harrington & Richardson, Worcester Mass. Pat. May 23, 1876 Load and shoot with blackpowder only, using the Dixie Gun Works cases and .22 rimfire blanks http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_info.php?products_id=8154 This is stock condition. I have another that I have lightened the springs on for pocket pistol side matches, that one I'm keeping. 175.00 includes USPS Priority Mail and Insurance. Thanks! Doc McC Edited December 14, 2016 by McCandless Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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