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SPF COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY 36 CAL 5 1/2 IN BARREL AS NEW IN BOX LOWERED PRICE


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COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY CAP AND BALL REVOLVER,36 CALIBER,5 1/2 IN BARREL MODEL F 1400( 2ND GEN) AS NEW IN ORGINAL BOX/MANUALS I HAVE NEVER SHOT THIS AND I DON'T BELIEVE IT WAS EVER SHOT BUT CAN'T PROVE THAT. $600.00 SHIPPED/INSURED. MUST BE ABLE TO HAVE DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOU

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  • charlie two feathers changed the title to COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY 36 CAL 5 1/2 IN BARREL AS NEW IN BOX LOWERED PRICE

That is Neat!

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Someone needs to buy this before my will power breaks down. I believe this will letter as a real Colt. If that is correct, at $600, it is a bargain.

 

https://www.coltforum.com/threads/colt-second-and-third-generation-black-powder-pedigrees.61489/

 

"1971 to 1982 were the years of the '2nd generation' Colt percussion blackpowder revolvers. Zeke has provided good information on where these revolvers may have been manufactured. No matter where the parts came from, or where it was assembled, the revolver went through the distribution channels of Colt and therefore are considered Colts and can be verified and Lettered by Colt. Both the 'C' series (1971-1976) and the 'F' series (1978-1982) are equally collectable. Each series has a 'standard' production model and a variety of limited editions. The 'F' series may seem more popular because there are 10 different models to choose from (1851 Navy, 1860 Army, 1861 Navy, 1862 Pocket Police, 1862 Pocket of Navy Caliber, Walker, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Dragoons, and the Baby Walker). The 'C' series only has two models; 1851 Navy and 3rd Dragoon."

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Charlie did you ever sell this beauty?

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