Antique Handguns

Ultra-rare Colt New Service .44-40 revolver, with 6-shot swing-out cylinder. First year of production (1898)! Only the first 250 were made in 1898–of more than 900,000 produced—and hence are legally antique. This revolver’s blue finish appears original, but is now mostly patina. Bluing is present only on trigger and ejector rod. Right grip has a large chip at the heel. Both of the black gutta percha grips have evenly mellowed to a chocolate color. Bore has very good rifling, with some very noticeable pits at mid-bore that probably won’t affect accuracy. I’d rate the bore at 5/10. This revolver came from a ranch in eastern Washington. A pair of pre-medallion Pachmayr grips are also included. (EPLR-081)

$3,500.00 $3,300.00

Very good+ condition antique British Webley Mark I revolver. Originally made in .455 caliber, later the cylinder was shaved to accept .45 ACP in moon clips. Revolver is mechanically excellent and has all matching serial numbers including frame, barrel, and cylinder. Marked  “ENGLAND” on left side of barrel. Not import marked. Shows Royal Navy use with the “N” marking on the backstrap and a large Broad Arrow on the cylinder strap. Metal finish is nice original blue showing a little normal wear. Cylinder has a little pitting. Bore is bright and excellent with good rifling. I’d rate the bore at 6/10. Checkered hard rubber grips have a good tight fit and show some normal handling marks and wear, but no cracks or chips. Shoot only mild .45 ACP handloads through this revolver. A nice antique Webley Mark I revolver! (EBYM-106):

$1,850.00 $1,750.00

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