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Sold pending funds - Dixie Gun Works 1861 Whitney

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1861 Whitney reproduction with display case for sale.  Pertinent  characteristics:

Steel 1861 Whitney .36 Cal;
Manufacturer:  Double Diamond which was Euomanufactures logo ; Precursor to Palmetto & Pietta
Date of Mfg:   Unknown -no date code probably from the late 60s early 70s
Finish: Very Clean Brown/Patina. No Rust.
Barrel Address: Dixie Gun Works, Inc

Price: $450.00 shipped

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Is the price for the revolver only, or for the whole kit (as in the first picture)?

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Price is for the whole kit.  The case is glass topped and is heavy.  It'll stand up on a shelf or table.  It shows no sign of being fired; but, I'm sure it has

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On ‎10‎/‎16‎/‎2019 at 6:01 PM, Bart Slade said:

Is the price for the revolver only, or for the whole kit (as in the first picture)?

 

 

I can sell it without the case. If that's what you prefer

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Bump for a very nicely built reproduction Whitney!

Here's a photo of my original Whitney that was dug from the area around Wounded Knee......still cocked, locked and loaded!!

And yes, that's an original Winchester Model 1873 found in the same area, also cocked and loaded. 

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On 10/20/2019 at 11:44 AM, Fingers McGee said:

 

 

I can sell it without the case. If that's what you prefer

 

I apologize for not replying to you - I've been vacillating  for the last few days...but truth is I just can't swing it right now.

 

Which is to bad, that's a good looking shootin' iron.  I envy whoever that ends up going to.

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No problem Bart.  Apparently you are not alone.  for being such a rare gun, I've had little interest.

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I'm still thinking on it. I have an original and this one would match it nicely...

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