Produced in the 1920s and 30s and designed to deal with varmints at close ranges with brass bead front and frame groove rear sights, "410-12 m/m" on top of the barrel, the two line address on the right side of the frame, serial number on the upper tang, a smooth forearm, and checkered pistol grip with prominent web spur.
Very fine as partially refinished with 95% of the original blue finish, a small amount of spotting, streaks of brown patina, and mild handling marks. Some pitting is present around the muzzle with light cold blue touch-ups. Wood is fair with a crack in the left side of the forearm and some dents. Mechanically very good. NOTE: This is a smoothbore pistol, an "Any Other Weapon" as defined by the National Firearms Act and registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in accordance with said law. It is the sole duty of the successful bidder to comply with the National Firearms Act and any other relevant Federal, State or local laws that affect their place of residence.
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