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A few guns have been added, items and counts are NOT up-to-date. – Doc (03/26/2017)

Ammunition, Then & Now

1. Speed up the Loading Process – a percussion revolver load
2. A paper cartridge – could also be linen…
3. Metallic Cartridges along the Way…
– cutaway pinfire cartridges
– Maynard Tape round
– .44 Henry round
– Snider, Martini & Enfield rounds
4. A few of the common rimfire and centerfire cartridges of the old west.
5. Size Comparison for some Black Powder Rounds
6. Shotgun Rounds – .410 to 4 ga.
7. Pinfire Shotgun rounds – Nice sampler!
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Dirk’s Derringers P.1

Allen 32 Center Hammer Single Shot, Produced early 1860: limited quantity, .32 rimfire. (7L)
Andrew Wurfflein Pocket Pistol, Produced c. 1850’s to 1860’s,.41 cal. (1R)
Bacon Mfg. Single Shot Pistol, Produced c. early to mid 1860’s: 2,400, .32 rimfire. (3R)
ConnecticutArms and Manf. Co. Single shot Derringer, Produced 1866 to late 1880’s: 8,000, a.k.a. Bulldog. (6R)
E.L. & J. Dickenson Single shot Derringer, Produced 1863-68: -1,600, .32 rimfire. (5R)
Frank Wesson Medium Frame Single Shot Pistol, Produced c. 1859 – early 1870’s:2,000, .32 short. (4L)
Frank Wesson Small Frame Single Shot Pistol, Produced c. 1859 – eary 80’s: 15,000, .22 rimfire short. (3L)
Frank Wesson Med. Superposed Pistol, Produced 1868-80: 3,000, .32 rimfire. (7R)
G.D.H. Gillespie Pocket Pistol, Produced c. 1850’s to 1860’s. (1L)
H.C. Lombard & Co. Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1860’s: -1,000, .22 rimfire. (5L)
Henry Derringer Pocket Pistol, Produced c. 1850-70. (2L)
Marlin O.K. Model Derringer, Produced 1863-70: 6,000, .30 rimfire. (6L)
Merrimack Arms Co. Southerner Derringer, Produced 1866-73: 16,500, .41 rimfire. (8R)
Merwin & Bray Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1859-66: 4,100, .32 rimfire. (2R)
Remington-Elliot Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1866-88: 10,000, .41 rimfire. (8L)
Rollin White Arms Co. Single Shot Pocket Pistol, Produced 1861-64: 3,000, .32 rimfire. (4R)
T.J. Stafford Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1860’s: 2,100, .22 rimfire. (8L)
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Dirk’s Derringers P.2

American Arms Co. Double Barrel Derringer, Produced c. 1866-78: -5,000, .22/.32 rimfire. (3L)
American Arms Co. Double Barrel Derringer, Produced c. 1866-78: -5,000, .41 rimfire. (3R)
Boss Single Shot Blank Derringer, Produced c. 1870: unknown, .22 rimfire blank. (6R)
C.H. Ballard Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1870: a few thousand, .41 rimfire. (7)
Colt Third Model Derringer, Produced c. 1870-1912, .41 rimfire; a.k.a. Thuer. (1R)
Cowles & Son Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1865-76: 3,600, .30 rimfire. (1L)
Forehand & Wadsworth Single Shot Derringer, Produced 1871-90: 2,000, .22 rimfire. (5R)
Frank Wesson Med. Superposed Pistol, Produced c. 1868-80: 3,000, .32 rimfire (4R)
Jacob Rupertus Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1870’s – 80’s:1,000, .22 rimfire (5L)
J.B Driscole Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1870’s: +/- 200, .22 rimfire. (2L)
L.B. Taylor Single Shot Derringer, Produced c. 1868-70: 1,800, .32 rimfire. (2R)
Manhattan/American Standard Hero Single Shot Pistol, Produced c. 1868-73: 30,000,.34 round; a.k.a. Poor Man’s Deringer (4L)
Remington-Rider Magazine Pistol, Produced c. 1871-88: 15,000, .32 rimfire extra short. (6L)
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Dirk’s Revolvers P.1

Allen & Wheelock Large Frame Pocket Revolver Produced 1857 to early 60’s: 1,500, .34 cal. percussion. (1L)
Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer Pocket and Belt Revolver, Prod. 1858-61: a few thousand. (1R)
Bacon Mfg. Co. Pocket Revolver, Prod. c. early 1860’s: limited, .32 rimfire. (5R)
Bliss & Goodyear Pocket Model Revolver, Produced c. 1860: 3,000, .28 cal round. (2L)
Brooklyn Arms Co. Slocum Revolver, Produced c.1863-64: 10,000, .32 rimfire. (3R)
Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, Produced 1850-73: 340,000, .31 cal.. (2R)
Connecticut Arms Co. Pocket Revolver, Prod. c. mid-1860’s:2,700, .28 cal. cup prime. (4L)
E.A. Prescott S&W style Pocket & Belt Revolver Produced c. 1861-63: a few hundred, .32 rimfire. (8L)
E.A. Prescott Pocket Model Revolver, Produced c. 1862-67: several hundred, .32 rimfire. (8R)
Moore’s Patent Firearms Front Loading Revolver, Produced c. 1864-70: 30,000, .32 special teat fire. (3L)
Plant’s Mfg. Front-Loading Army Revolver Production. c. mid-1860’s: 8,00, .42 cal. cup-primed. (4R)
Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 Second Issue Revolver, Prod. 1860-68: 117,000, .22 rimfire short. (6L)
Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 First Issue Revolver, Production 1865-68: 26,3000, .32 rimfire (6R)
Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Old Model Revolver Produced 1861-74: 77,155, .32 rimfire long. (7L)
Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 Second Issue Revolver, Prod. 1868-75: 100,700, .32 rimfire long (7R)
W.W. Marston Pocket Model Revolver Production c. 1858 to early 1860’s: 13,000, 31 cal; marked The Union Arms. (5L)
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Dirk’s Revolvers P.2

Colt New Line Revolvers [4] (2R)
C.S. Shattuck Pocket Revolver Prod. c. 1880 a few thousand ‘s , .32 rimfire. (4R)
Hopkin & Allen XL#2, a.k.a. a suicide revolver .30 rimfire. (3L)
Lucius W. Pond S.A. Pocket or Belt Revolver Prod. c. 1861 – 70, several thousand .38 rimfire. (1L)
Remington-Smoot – New Model No. 3 Produced circa 1878 – 88. (1R)
Springfield Arms Pocket Revolver, Prod. c. 1863, approx. 6,000. (2L)
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 Dirk’s Pistols & Pepperboxes

Allen & Thurber D.A. Bar Hammer Prod. c. 1830’s – early 60’s: Est. several thousand produced, . 28 to . cal.36 percussion. (1L)
Bacon and Co. Underhammer Pistol, Produced ??: est. 500 .34 cal. percussion , 3″, 4″, 6″ barrel. (3L)
Bacon Arms Co. Pepperbox Revolver, Produced c. late 1860’s: 1,000, .22 rimfire. (8)
Bruce and Davis Double Barrel Pistol, Produced c. 1850’s, .36 cal. percussion. (3R)
Continental Arms Co. Pepperbox, Produced late 1860’s: 800, .22 rimfire; a.k.a. The Ladies Companion. (7L)
Manhattan Pepperbox Pistol Prod. c. 1856 – to late 1850’s, percussion; 3″ barrel group; hand turned original ramrod, very rare gun. (6)
W.W. Marston Breech Loading Single Shot. Single Action Pistol, Produced c. early to mid 1850’s: 1,000, .31 cal.percussion; marked Washington Arms Co. (4)
W.W. Marston Double Action Pepperbox, Produced c. 1850’s, .31 cal percussion six shot. (5L)
W.W.Marston Double Action Pepperbox, Prodced. c. 1850’s, .31 cal., percussion 6 shot; marked Marston & Knox. (5R)
W.W. Marston Single Shot, Double Action Pistol, Produced c. 1850’s; percussion. (2R)
W.W. Marston Single Shot, Double Action Pistol, Produced c. 1850; percussion marked Washington Arms Co. (1R)
W.W. Marston S.S. Single Action Pistol, Produced c. 1860, .31 cal.percussion; marked Washington Arms Co. (2L)
Sharps 4-shot Pepperbox Pistol, Produced 1859-74: many thousands, .30 rimfire. (7R)
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Edged Weapons

1. Top – Arkansas Toothpick
1. Bottom – Bowie Knife
2. Arkansas Toothpick [the real thing]
3. Sword Cane
4. Tomahawk
5. Rimpler Throwing Knives
6. Saber [Confederate Replica]
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Firearms oddities

1. Oldest known revolver
2. A Hybrid Transition Revolver
3. A 48 shot Revolver!
4. Another multiple shot gun
5. Ring Guns (1 L & R)
6. Cut & Shoot – A cutlery Set with a bang! – (6 L & R)
7. Novo Folding Revolver
8. The Apache Revolver
9. A Watch Fob Gun
10. A Fishhook Gunmbo
11. WTF Mateba MTR-8 Auto-Revolver
12. Root Sidhammer Colt
13. Treeby Chain Gun
14. Greener’s Humane Animal Killers
15. Doryu 2-16 is a pistol-shaped camera
17. Watch Pistol – 3 mm
18. Sleeve gun
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Handguns

1. Colt Patterson 1836 -42 (.28 or 36. cal. percussion)
2. Colt 1847 Walker – .44 cal Black Powder, Percussion
3. Colt 1849 Pocket Pistol, .31 cal percussion – a nice cased set
4. LeMatt Revolvers 1856 – 65 (percussion)
– LH – LeMatt Revolver, pinfire (original)
– RH – LeMatt Revolver [Pietta replica], .44 cal & 16 ga.
5. Starr Revolvers (1850’s – 1860’s)
6. Colt 1851 Navy – .36 cal Black Powder, Percussion
7. Spiller & Burr 1st model
8. Colt 1872 Open Top – .45 Colt cf
9. Colt Single Action Army .45 cal. Colt cf
10. Remington Derringer 1866 (.41 rimfire)
11. Colt Lightning 1877 (.38 cal. centerfire)
12. Iver Johnson 1896 – 1908 (.32 cal. BP rimfire)
13. Smith & Wesson (.44 Russian cf)
14. Typical but unidentified pinfire revolver.
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Marcel’s Guns

1. Massachusetts Arms Co pocket, Maynard primed, hand-turned cylinder. Cal .28 percussion
2. LH – Smith & Wesson Mod 1 1/2 .32 SW, lngrim
2. RH – Whintney & Beals “Walking Beam”
3. LH – Hopkins & Allen XL5 – cal .38 RF
3. RH – Otis Smith .32 cal
4. Robbins & Lawrence pepperbox. Cal .31 percussion
5. Nicely hand-engraved small Lombard (Bacon) ss pistol, .32 RF cal
6. Barrel length is 2 7/8 “, Only a few made like this.
7. Colt Cloverleaf House Pistol, 4 shot.
8. Above: Daniel Moore 7-shot .32 RF
8. Below: Daniel Moore Teatfire with 1 original cartridge
9. Above: Smith & Wesson 1st 2nd, cal .22 short
9. Middle: Factory engraved Manhattan .22 Long – Infringment on the Rollin White patent.
9. Below: Springfield Armory .32 RF 5-shot Pocket. Also an infrignment.
10. Two Spur Trigger Rems
11. Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer .31 cal revolver
12. Wesson and Levitt 1849 .40 cal.
13. Whitney Navy 1858 First Model 2nd issue – cal .36 percussion
14. Above: Colt Police 1862, cal .36 percussion.
14. Below: Remington Police 1863, same caliber
15. Colt Police 1862 – .36 percussion
16. Original Lefaucheux 1854 Cavalry Model – Cal 11 mm pinfire.
17. Whitneyville Armory 7 shot .22 short rf
18. Lucius Pond .22 short with removable thimbles – all thimbles present, which is quite rare
19. Above: 7-shot Daniel Moore .32 rf
19. The first revolver with swing-out cylinder – made in the 1860’s.
an infringement on the Rollin White patent.
20. Colt SAA ’73 in .32 Long Colt caliber. Made 1903, still black powder frame.
according to Flayderman, only about 500 of these pistols were made.
21. Engraved and gold inlaid Liège copy of a 3rd Model SA Smith&Wesson, cal .32 S&W
22. Colt New Police .32 (not the Police Positive)
23. Colt DA 1877 aka Lightning – Cal 38 Long Colt with attached ejector rod. Made 1907.
Accepts smokeless ammo.
24. Colt SAA Peacemaker Cavalry Model .45 cal. 7 1/2″ barrel
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Mike’s Revolvers Page 1

1. Top – Aston .54 cal. single shot, percussion “Horse Pistol”
1. Bottom – Remington 1863 New Model Army, .44 cal. percussion.
2. Top – Colt 1861  3rd. Model Dragoon, .44 cal percussion.
2. Bottom – Colt 1851  Navy, .36 cal. percussion.
3. Top – Colt 1849 Pocket Pistol, .31 cal. percussion.
3. Middle – Colt 1860 New Model Army, .44 cal. percussion.
3. Bottom – Colt 1862 Police Model, .36 cal. percussion.
4. LH Top – Colt 1851 Navy, .36 cal. percussion, factory standard.
4. LH Bottom – Colt 1851 Navy Richards-Mason conversion (twice!).
4. RH Top – Colt 1851 Navy, .36 cal. percussion, unmodified.
4. RH Bottom – Colt 1851 Navy Richards-Mason conversion to .38 cf.
5. Top – Lefaucheux 1854, 12mm (.44 cal.) pinfire.
5. Bottom – Smith & Wesson 1861 Number 2 Army in .32 rimfire.
6. Top – Colt 1860 Army Richards Conversion to .44 cf.
6. Bottom – Colt 2nd Model Army Richards Conversion to .44 cf.
* Wyatt’s dropped pistol…
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Mikes’ Revolvers Page 2

1. Top – Colt 2nd Model 1860  Army, .44 Colt centerfire; Richards conversion.
1. Bottom – Colt 1872 “Frontier” [c. 1896], this one in .44-40 centerfire.
2. Top – Colt 1877  Lightning, .38 cal.
2. Colt 1877  Lightning, .38 cal.
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Long Guns

1. Starr Carbine (breech loading, percussion)
2. 1859 Sharps Berdan Rifle (breech loading, percussion)
3. 1865 Spencer Repeating Rifle
– 1864 Spencer Carbine 56-50 BP
4. The “Trapdoor”
5. Krag Jørgenson carbine, 30-40 Krag
6. Children of the Henry – 1862 Henry .44 Henry rf
– Winchester Model 1866, lever action carbine, .44 rimfire
– Winchester Model 1873, lever action carbine, .44 centerfire
7. The Scatterguns… or as Wyatt called them “street howitzers”.
-“Mule Ear” 1o bore, double barrel “coach gun”
– 1887 Winchester lever action shotgun, 10 ga.
– Winchester Model 1897 pump action shotgun, 12 ga.
8. A few more Military and “Buffalo” Rifles
– Pedersoli 1864 Sharps replica in 45-120
– replica 45-70 Greener (English) with a martini action
– Pedersoli Rolling Block Remington Replica in 45-70
– Enfield P-53 carbine, .58 cal.
9. A nice family heirloom…
– Sharps New Model 1859 in .52 cal. [straight breech].
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Percussion Firearms Accessories

1. LH & RH – Powder Flasks
2. Powder Measures
3. LH & RH – Bullet molding
4. LH & RH – Cappers
5. Colt 1849 Pocket Pistol, .31 cal percussion, cased set [also in Hand Guns – 3]
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Update: 08/31/2016 [193 Items]

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