A very nice Remington, model 1867, U.S. Navy marked, rolling block pistol. It is a .50 caliber centerfire single shot. The cartouche stamped on the left grip reads “F.C.W.” for Franklin Cook Warner, who was a civilian employee of the US Navy Bureau of Ordnance. The top of the barrel is inspector marked by John M. B. Clitz, and stamped with a Naval anchor below the inspector’s initials, and a large “I” above the inspector’s initials. The right side of the frame is stamped with the inspector initials “F.C.W.” with a “P” above. The serial number is stamped on the underside of the barrel, just in front of the forend. The stock/grip and forend are walnut.
Caliber: 50 cartridge
Barrel Length: 7″
Condition: Barrel retains much original blue, mixed with a grey/brown aged patina – Frame, hammer and breech block have traces of original case hardening, with an area of light pitting on the right side of the hammer – Wood parts have some nicks and dents, but never cleaned or sanded, an unexplained small hole is in the butt of the grip – Bore is good – Action is crisp
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