According to published sources, 77,155 Model 2 Army revolvers were made. This particular revolver is S/N 15996, meaning it was made smack in the middle of the Civil War (1862-1863).
.32 rim fire caliber.
This is an absolute beautiful specimine that is still in working condition.
The Factory nickel plating is approximatly 90% to 95%. The only sign of nickel wear is on the cylinder.
The original rosewood stocks are also factory stamped with the same S/N 15996.
Includes the original period (army) leather holster and cylinder pouch.
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