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LeMat Revolver black powder Le Mat Civil War


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Location (State):
Alabama (AL)
Alabama


Member For:
11 Years 11 Months
AUCTION CLOSED
WINNER: H*****3
HIGH BID: $707.00
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Auction: 8328433

Auction Type:
Reserve
NRA Grade:
Factory New
Current High Bidder:
H*****3
History:
5 Bids ($600.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$5.00
Auction Start:
(November 2, 2007 13:45:13 PT)
Auction Ended:
(November 9, 2007 13:45:13 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - -- LeMat Revolver black powder Le Mat Civil War

=Low reserve of $700.==If you have any questions please email me at: brittonrell@yahoo.com ==== LeMat Cavalry Percussion Revolver Brand new In the Box. No FFL Required. No scratchs or chips. Perfect and new. This gun keeps increasing in value. Money back guarantee if not genuie new in the box Lemat Revolver by Pietta. The mid-1800s were a time in American history that gave birth to a number of innovative firearm designs, and this truly unique, unusual sidearm was also known as the "Grape Shot Revolver." Developed in New Orleans in 1856 by Dr. Jean LeMat and backed by Pierre G.T. Beauregard, who was to become a general with the Confederacy. Roughly 2,900 were produced. An accurate reproduction of the First Model LeMat, our Cavalry version has a nine-shot, .44-caliber cylinder and rifled 6-1/2" barrel. What sets it apart from other revolver designs is the 20-gauge, 5" smoothbore barrel, originally intended for firing buckshot. Both are fired by a pivoting striker. In combat, the firepower from the pistol barrel plus a hefty dose of "blue whistlers" made the LeMat a fearsome weapon to face. Accurate details like the swivel lanyard ring and trigger guard spur duplicate those found on originals. The loading lever is mounted on the left side. N-SSA approved.

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Buyer to pay final price plus $15.00 for shipping and insurance Cashiers Check or Money Order only. No Shipping to New Jersey or California or Canada.
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