Whitney Wolverine 22 Rim Fire Pistol | Includes Original Box
You are considering a vintage Whitney Wolverine 22 Rim Fire Pistol. These pistols were manufactured in the 1950s and were the first mass-produced handguns to use aluminum as their primary material. As such, it only weighs 23 ounces unloaded. They were designed by the chief engineer of High Standard, Robert Hillberg of Branford, Connecticut. Due to relying on only one manufacturer and using new-age materials for the time, the gun was never a commercial success and only 13,000 were made. This particular example includes its original box and looks to have been handled only a few times. The whole gun is in like-new condition and has no damage to note — no deep cuts, gouges, rust, cracks, or other deformities. The barrel measures 4.625-inches in length and the bore is bright and shiny with no imperfections. The original 10-round magazine is included along with the great-condition box.
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