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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Drusus Nero View Post
    Colt "Peacemaker"
    No, It's a Colt Army Model 1860 still cap and ball, the "Peacemaker" was a Model 1873 and fired a metallic cartridge.

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  • Drusus Nero
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    Colt "Peacemaker"

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  • Trung Si
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    Name this Revolver.

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  • skiplc
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    Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
    Yes it is, cal.7.65 (.32).
    Cool, put up another old man...I defer to your great choices.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by skiplc View Post
    It's a J. P. Sauer & Sohn Model 1913 Pocket Pistol?
    Yes it is, cal.7.65 (.32).

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  • skiplc
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    It's a J. P. Sauer & Sohn Model 1913 Pocket Pistol?

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  • Mountain Man
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    Looks like one of the small caliber Resistance pistols... in .22 or.25.

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  • Trung Si
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    Can you name this old Pistol?

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    It's worth more as an original. The going price for one in good, working condition is around $3000.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
    Well, you can't tell the difference without looking at the breech block and the hammer arrangement closely.
    Yours would have the original musket cap nipple and use paper cartridges.

    Yep!
    This one was spared the conversion to 50 cal. and the metallic cartridge after the Civil War .
    Last edited by Trung Si; 06 Feb 16, 17:21.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Well, you can't tell the difference without looking at the breech block and the hammer arrangement closely.
    Yours would have the original musket cap nipple and use paper cartridges.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
    It's a Sharp's carbine (the ring on the stock is for the cavalry mount). What exact caliber and model it is would be difficult to determine although it is probably a 45/70 government.
    The Sharps 1863 Carbine is in its original 52 caliber and (according to the serial number) was issued to the 1st Maryland Cavalry.
    The lower one is a Model 1842 Harpers Ferry Musket cal.69.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by MarkV View Post
    Does indeed look like a Sharps Carbine and the other might be a Sharps Military Rifle
    It's a Sharp's carbine (the ring on the stock is for the cavalry mount). What exact caliber and model it is would be difficult to determine although it is probably a 45/70 government.

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  • MarkV
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    Does indeed look like a Sharps Carbine and the other might be a Sharps Military Rifle

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by MarkV View Post
    Photo comes over blurred but the top looks like a Sharpes carbine. Can you post a clearer shot?
    Sorry, but this is the best I can do.

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