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Antique Starr Army 1863 Cartridge Conversion Revolver SN. 7865 *

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Obsolete Calibre Antique Starr Army Model 1863 .44 Henry Rimfire Calibre (11x23mm Rimmed) Cartridge Conversion Revolver. In good cosmetic, excellent mechanical condition, with good bore. The original firing pin is broken, but included. This cartridge conversion in .44 HRF could have been done anytime from during the Civil war up until around the early 1880’s. Many gunsmiths earned their living updating percussion revolvers in this manner. However, the calibre this Starr was converted to means it could have been one of the very first. The Starr Model 1858 Revolver was only made from 1858 until 1863, and was used heavily in the American Civil War. They earned a good reputation for ruggedness and reliability, but the Union government wanted a more simple, single action design which was quicker and cheaper to manufacture. This led to the Starr Model 1863 single action. Obsolete Calibre Antique, no licence required.



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