both refinished somewhere along the line. The pictured grips were made by the stock maker at Flaggs in the north hills in Pittsburgh, PA. One shipped out in March 1880 to M.W. Robinson and company NY, and the second shipped out Sept. of 1880 to Don Jose, Valero Cuba. Don Jose was a freedom fighter. This revolver had the lanyard ring removed before it was reblued. Both in good working order and come with the original grips. The nickle gun has a replacement cylinder but comes with original. Both in .44 russian calibre. Factory letters included from 1979. Very nice looking guns, perfect for cowboy shoots. Jessie James was shot in the back with a new
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