Remington Cadet Model 1867 Pistol Action .50 Remington Pistol CF

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28" round - blue to patina The bbl & bands retain a soft smooth molten brown patina The receiver exhibits a soft smooth plum patina Mechanics are crisp - Stocks: full walnut stock w/steel butt plate Wood is in excellent condition, with minor handling marks; This stock was originally inletted at the bottom for a sling swivel, with inletting professionally filled in, possibly at the factory; the inletting for the tang of the trigger guard was also oversized and filled in at the same time to accommodate the narrower tang as found on the Cadet Rifle... according to Remington Firearms: The Golden Age of Collecting - Sights: square base front sight with a small carbine style 2-position flip rear sight - Markings: legible; navy inspector markings "P/FCW" on right side of frame - left side of frame marked "REMINGTONS ILION NY USA/PAT. MAY 3D NOV 15TH 1864 APRIL 17TH 1866" Both barrel bands marked with a "U" - A very scarce little cadet rifle, weighing in at a mere 5.75 lbs. According to Flayderman's, produced by Hartley & Co., who owned Remington at the time, this gun is built on the 1867 pistol action. Mounted with smooth, straight grain, American walnut with full length forearm. This rifle is equipped with a steel nose cap and is fastened with two solid bands that have spring keepers. Upper band is fitted with a sling loop with corresponding sling loop mounted in trigger guard. Bottom of forearm is grooved & contains a button head ramrod. According to Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms, only about 1,000 of these cadet rifles were produced around the turn of the 20th century by Hartley & Co. of New York. Their advertising referred to these cadet rifles as “REMINGTON CADET RIFLE NO. 205?. - - NRA: Fine - SN: NSN - Est: 2000 - 4000 - Antq - INV 8031

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This item is part of Winter 2016 Collectors Gun Auction
 Wednesday, Dec 23, 2015 | 7:00 PM  Central
 
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Remington Cadet Model 1867 Pistol Action .50 Remington Pistol CF
Remington Cadet Model 1867 Pistol Action .50 Remington Pistol CF
Lot number: 20
Seller: Kull Auction & Real Estate Co / Kull's Old Town Station
Event: Winter 2016 Collectors Gun Auction
Ends: Tuesday, January 12 | 7:03 PM  Central

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