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Lee Arms Red Jacket #4


Lee Arms Red Jacket #4  Guns > Pistols > L Misc Pistols
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Condition: Used - See Item Description
Item #: 985454496
Caliber: .32 (other)
Location: MD
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Post-Election Armageddon Sale! Get'em while you can still buy'em!!!

This qualifies as C&R. Circa 1870’s-1880’s, Lee Arms Co./ Wilkes-Barre, PA, 32-caliber rimfire, 5-shot single-action pocket revolver. Overall length, 7". All original, complete, as-is.

Fluted cylinder revolver marked THE LEE ARMS CO., WILKES-BARRE, PA. across the top of the frame and RED JACKET No 4 across the top of the barrel. It has a 3-inch octagonal barrel, rifled. No date markings or serial number that I can find.

Fair condition throughout. All fully functional, crisp action. Original black celluloid checkered grips. Original bright nickle plating shows some wear, blued and checkered trigger.

This model was produced to compete with the Colt’s New Line pocket pistols that were so popular during that period. Very popular then with gamblers and ladies of the night, and still very popular by this maker in today's expanding field of collectible firearms of historical value.

ANTIQUE, no federal registration required. For black powder rimfire cartridges, now obsolete. The 4th edition of "Pistols of the World" by Ian V. Hogg and John Walker has a short paragraph on page 198: LEE ARMS COMPANY... Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, USA. A maker of cheap solid-frame sheath-trigger non-ejecting "Sucide Special" revolvers in 1880-9, succeeding the Pittson Arms Company(q.v.) The guns were marked Imperial, Red Jacket, Royal or Wm. Tell, and could be chambered for 22, 30 or 32 rimfire ammunition. Some will be marked with an 1881 patent date (this one is not), referring to improvements made by Roland Brewer, the factory Superintendent.

The company name was provided by its president,J.Frank Lee; there was no connection with the gun's designer,James Paris Lee. end of entry. There are no production figures.

DISCLAIMER: This collectible is an antique NOT a reproduction. Antiques and replicas of antiques are sold by us as collectors' items only, and any attempt to fire them is not recommended. We do not accept any liability if the buyer chooses to fire these antiques or replicas of antiques and does so at his own risk.

ATTENTION GUN SHOP OWNERS: Our antique guns are exempt from registration and we will not participate in unnecessary registration of our guns by gun shop owners. Buyer pays $25.00 per item in listing. Fee includes insurance. Handguns are shipped using Registered Mail or Priority Mail depending on the amount of insurance required. Long guns are shipped via UPS Ground. U.S. sales only.

SAFETY NOTICE: The buyer is solely responsible for determining that a used firearm is safe to shoot. The firearms offered have not been test fired. Whether purchased here or somewhere else we urge every buyer to have any used firearm they purchase inspected by a qualified gunsmith before firing.

RETURN POLICY: All firearms come with a 3-day (M-F) inspection/return privilege. The inspection period begins at the time of delivery to your dealer or if antique, delivery to you.

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Ships as an antique or C&R

Trades Accepted: Trades are possible, depending...

Long selling history on other auction sites such as eBay (Keystoneiss 100% Feedback, Power Seller, Top-Rated Seller), Amazon, etc. Most of these sales however are from my private collection. At this time money order is the only payment method I can accept on this site.

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