OD - VERY GOOD- all original parts; none to 30% original finish; original metal surfaces smooth with all edges sharp; clear lettering, numerals and design on metal; wood slightly scratched or bruised.
WW - WOOD IS WORSE FOR THE PERCENT FINISH RATING GIVEN
Manufactured from 1879 to 1887, the Model 320 Revolving Rifle is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms manufactured with a total production of 977. These firearms were serialized from 1 to 977. The Model 320 was manufactured in three barrel lengths of 16, 18, and 20 inches with twenty being the rarest length with only 224 manufactured. Matching serial number on butt, cylinder, barrel, and barrel latch. With shoulder stock featuring a peep sight and a replacement threaded fastener. The stock wrist has been repaired This 320 Revolver Rifle was displayed at the 2015 NRA Single Action Shooting Society exhibit and featured in Dean Boorman's "History of S&W Firearms" on page 109 and David Chicoine's "Smith & Wesson Sixguns of the Old West" on pages 151-152. Provenance: The Supica Collection; 2015 NRA Single Action Shooting Society Exhibit
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