Blue Jacket No2 Revolver | 32 Caliber | Single Action Spur Trigger
You are considering a vintage Blue Jacket No2 Revolver. It’s a single-action spur-trigger-style revolver. It’s chambered for 32 Rim Fire. Its nickel finish is starting to brown in areas but is consistent throughout the gun. The metal has no major damage to note — no deep cuts, gouges, dents, or other deformities. The barrel measures 2.75-inches in length and has a rusted out bore, but with strong rifling — a good cleaning might get it into workable shape. The cylinder chambers are in the same condition as the barrels bore. The wood grips are in great shape for their age with no cracks or other damage to be found. It does not have a serial number and was made between 1871 and 1900. The revolver is complete, but does not function — the hammer will not cock backward. This revolver would make a solid wall-hanger or restoration candidate.
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