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I had these up in another post but needed to redo the whole post. I'm in the process of thinning out some of the antiques I have and I'll be adding to this thread as time goes.

Sorry for the crappy cell pic. This is a Savage automatic hammerless model 1907, 32 ACP. I don't know the condition of the bore as the slide isn't moving however looking from the front it looks pretty good and there is a broken part(in bag) which is probably why it doesn't move. The finish is good as it was probably refinished at on time however I'm not sure. This is a good project gun and might even be a decent shooter once the repairs are made. Sold



1858 Remington New Model Police revolver, It's a factory conversion piece converted to 38 rim fire. It has a 4 1/2 inch octagon barrel, Nice bore and is in great shape for it's age with some of the original finish, It has a nice patina to it. I've seen these go for higher but I'm only asking Sold





These pepperboxes are all from the mid 1800's from left to right they are, 1. Washington arms 6 shot .31 cal Sold, 2.Blunt & Syms 6 shot 31 cal Sold, 3. G Leonard Jr 4 shot 31 cal Sold.



I prefer FTF and can drive a little to meet(Within about 30 mins), I'm in the upstate of SC between Spartanburg and Greenville.
 

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I will take the Blunt & Syms 6 shot 31. Willing to drive to your area to make transaction
 
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