In order to purchase this firearm you MUST be at least 18 years of age and provide proof of age before this firearm can be shipped.
You're looking at an Armi San Paolo Reproduction 1858 New Model Army Black Powder Revolver which was made in Italy. This gun is a 6-shot revolver that is chambered in .44 caliber. The gun has an 8" octagon barrel. The bore is a bit rusty and quite dirty. The gun is blue with a brass trigger guard. Blue is 90%. There are some spots of rust pitting on the barrel and the outside of the cylinder is rust pitted. The nipples and cylinder bores also show some rust (see photos).
The grips are smooth medium colored wood and are in good condition with no cracks. The gun comes with a Styrofoam box and cardboard sleeve. The cardboard sleeve is a bit tattered-up and the Styrofoam box has some oil stains, but overall they are both in decent condition. The box appears to be correct for the gun, but the serial number written on the outside of the box is different than the gun. The Styrofoam box is cutout for the gun, a powder flask, bullet mold and nipple wrenches. None of the accessories are present with this gun, this auction is for the Gun and box only. There are no papers or owner's manual that come with the gun. Overall the gun is in good condition mechanically and decent in appearance. Serial #109278.
With some time and effort this .44 caliber black powder revolver could be cleaned-up and turned into a pretty decent Saturday afternoon shooter. You may even consider it for a late season blackpowder hunting revolver.
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