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Lot 4305: A Smith & Wesson 320 revolving rifle
October 28, 2016
Munich, Bavaria, GermanyLive Auction
Description: Cal. .320 S&W, number 254, detachable stock number 6217. 20"-barrel with slightly matt bore, the barrel rib with two-line manufacturer's name and single-leaf fixed sight, dovetailed front sight. Six-shot cylinder. Forestock of rubber marbled in red and black. Hard rubber grip scales with chequering and embossed company logo. Bluing 40 % intact, surfaces somewhat rubbed and patinated. Length 65 cm. Slightly knocked detachable stock with nickel-plated, lightly stained furniture and butt cap (also with company logo) made of synthetic material. Comes with a photocopy of a letter by the "Office of Smith & Wesson" from the year 1992. Overall length 93 cm. The Smith & Wesson 320 revolving rifle was introduced in 1879, and all rifles of this series were manufactured in that same year. A total of 977 items were produced and sold until 1887. The rifle at hand was delivered to the arms shop of M.W. Robinson in New York on 9 July 1880. Extremely rare revolving rifle in beautiful condition. Erlaubnispflichtig
Condition Report: II -
Notes: Kurzwaffen moderne Systeme