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See You In Hoover March 16 and 17th 2019, Will be closed March 15,16, & 17 2019 for the Show Reopen 0830 March 18, 2019

Alabama Gun Collectors Birmingham Gun Show

Dates
  • March 16 and 17 2019
Directions
City/State
Hoover, Alabama
Hours
  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Admission
  • General: $10.00
  • Children 12 & under: Free

Description

The Alabama Gun Collectors Birmingham Gun Show will be held on Jul 8th – 9th, 2017 in Hoover, Alabama. This Hoover gun show is held at Hoover Met Complex and hosted by Alabama Gun Collectors Association. All federal, state a

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Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver

This was the major revolver used by U.S. troops during the Civil War. It is the standard round cylinder army model with a New York address (-ADDRESS COL. SAM COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA). It is 44 caliber, 6-shot cylinder with Naval engagement scene and 8″ round barrel. The grips are one piece walnut with brass trigger guard and blued steel backstrap. The frame, hammer and lever are casehardened and the remainder is blued. The roll scene on the cylinder is of the battle between the Texas Navy and that of Mexico. All original parts and matching serial numbers: 89451.

SOLD

 

 

 

Whitney 1861 Navy Percussion Rifle

Also known as The Plymouth Rifle, its design was inspired by the French military “Carabine a Tige” percussion rifle. One of the U.S. Navy’s most well known ordnance officers, Captain John A. Dahlgren, recommended the production of The Plymouth. The U.S.S. Plymouth, under the command of Captain Dahlgren, was where the gun was originally developed c. 1856-1858 and derives its nickname from the vessel.

This Rifle is 69 caliber, single shot muzzle loader, with a 34″ inch round barrel. Black walnut stock with inspector’s initials JHG in the wood on the side opposite the lock. The trigger guard has a spur finger grip behind the guard bow. Lockplate is of 2nd style, marked with small eagle-shield motif over U.S. ahead of the hammer and WHITNEY-VILLE under bolster. Stamped vertically with the date 1864 at the rear of the lock.

 

$1100