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1988.8.191
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.191 | ca. 1885 | L: 42.25 in, Barrel length: 21.25 in, H: 7.75 in | The Model 1876 was developed in response to popular demand for heavier and more powerful calibers and was basically an enlarged version of the Model 1873 designed to handle larger cartridges (.40/60 W.C.F., .45/60 W.C.F., .45/75 W.C.F. and .50/95 W.C.F.). This model was popular in England, Africa and India, as well as in the American West. First exhibited at the Centennial Exposition held in Philadelphia, it was commonly referred to as the Winchester Centennial Model. The carbine, chambered in .45/75 W.C.F., was officially adopted by the Royal Northwest Police in Canada in 1883, and served with them until 1904. This rifle was exhibited at the London Armory Company, 1887-1890. Magazine capacity: rifle- 12 cartridges; carbine- 9 cartridges; musket- 13 cartridges. | lower tang/45569/bottom receiver/40-60/upper tang/{MODEL. 1876.}/top bbl/WINCHESTER'S-REPEATING-ARMS. NEW HAVEN. CT./KING'S-IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED-MARCH 29. 1866. OCTOBER 16. 1860./CAL. 40-60/PL bbl/[four proofmarks]/ | barrel, magazine, and fore-grip may have been refinished. | Winchester Model 1876 Short Rifle | .40-60 | 45569 | 1.69.875.jpg | 1988.8.191.jpg | 1988.8.191.JPG | firearm | sporting | metal | walnut | trigger | plain | rifle | short | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.1048
American | J. Stevens A. & T...
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1988.8.1048 | ca. 1890 | L: 41.875 in, Barrel length: 26.125 in, H: 7.5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Top of barrel: J. STEVENS A. & T. CO./CHICOPEE FALLS MASS.U.S.A. PAT. APR 17 94;left side of barrel:25.21;lower tang:1078;bottom of barrel, rear:1078 | not listed | 1988.8.1048v1.jpg | 1988.8.1048v2.jpg | 1988.8.1048v1.jpg | 1988.8.1048v2.jpg | firearm | rifle | drop block | straight | walnut | single barrel | finish | stock | single shot | receiver in the white | blued barrel | barrel | American | J. Stevens A. & T. Co., Chicopee Falls, MA

1988.8.3446
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.3446 | c. 1950 | Barrel length: 28 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Due to wide use in World War I, the bolt action rifle became popular in America during the 1920's. A concurrent interest in precision small bore competitive shooting led Winchester to produce the Model 52. Designed by Thomas Crossley Johnson, the Model 52 has become the leading arm in small bore accuracy. It is available in a variety of styles and weights, and has a magazine capacity of 5 cartridges (detachable magazine). | BBL: MADE IN NEW HAVEN CT. US OF AMERICA. WINCHESTER -TM- MODEL 52, 22 L. RIFLE. WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL. | Winchester Model 52 Target Rifle | .22 | 79789C | 1988.8.3446v1.jpg | 1988.8.3446v2.jpg | firearm | walnut | metal | sporting | plain | trigger | rifle | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.301
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.301 | CA. 1916 | L: 49 in, Barrel length: 28.75 in, H: 7 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Model 1897 slide action repeating shotgun was a revamped and greatly improved version of the Model 1893. An action slide lock was incorporated for safety and a wide variety of styles were introduced. The Model 1897 was the first Winchester shotgun to accommodate 2-3/4 inch shot shells, the first available in 16 gauge, and the first with solid frame or takedown features. It was the most famous visible hammer repeating shotgun in America. This Model 1897 is the "trap gun" variation. Magazine capacity: 5 shot shells. | [bottom of barrel] 644545 | [bottom of receiver | E | 644545 | [bolt] TRAP GUN | [top of barrel] (P superscribed over W in oval) | [top of reciever] (same motif) | [left side of barrel] MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. U.S.A. | PAT. NOV.25.90 DEC.6.92. JULY21.96. FEB.22.98. JUNE14.98. OCT.16.1900.DEC.25.06 JULY5.10. | 12 GA FULL | [bolt actuating rod] MODEL 1897 | -WINCHESTER-| TRADEMARK REB. IN U.S.A. PAT. OFF. | Sporting shotgun, slide action repeating with under barrel tubular magazine. Varnished, very high grade walnut stock. Straight buttstock has checkering on wrist, ebony diamond-shaped inlays on either side, and a "Winchester Repeating Arms Co." plastic buttplate. Forend is also finely checkered. There is a matte, wavy, grooved band running along the receiver top and full length of barrel which has a front brass bead. Barrel and receiver have Winchester proofmarks and serial numbers. Mechanically this is a standard Model 1897 takedown model. Winchester records refer to this finely finished shotgun as a Diamond Grade because of ebony inlays on wrist. the success of Winchester's popular pump shotgun over-shadowed all others of its day. Offered in a variety of grades for a wider range of incomes and tastes. | Winchester Model 1897 | 12 gauge | 644545 | 1988.8.301v1.jpg | 1988.8.301v2.jpg | firearm | trigger | metal | plain | full choke | walnut | shotgun | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.1154
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.1154 | ca. 1895 | L: 42.5 in, Barrel length: 24 in, H: 8.125 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | [left side of barrel:] --NICKEL STEEL BARREL --; ESPECIALLY FOR SMOKELESS POWDER [left side of barrel, rear:] 405 W.C.F. [left side of receiver:] MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY; NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. PAT. NOV.5.95 NOV.12.95. AUG.17.97. JAN.25.98. AUG.23.98. MAY 28.07. AUG.6.07 [lower tang:] 77678;B | 405 caliber | 77678 | 1988.8.1154.jpg | 1988.8.1154v2.jpg | 1988.8.1154v1.jpg | firearm | rifle | lever action | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.936
American | J. Stevens Arms a...
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1988.8.936 | ca. 1912 | L: 40.25 in, Barrel length: 21.375 in, H: 5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | This Stevens High Power Model 425 was manufactured from 1910 until 1917 during which time approximately 26,000 were produced. | left tang/4343/left side bbl/J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO./CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. U.S.A. CAL. 24 REM./right side bbl/STEVENS HIGH POWER/425/PAT. MAR. 15. 29. 1910/NICKEL STEEL/left side receiver/W.R.A. CO. 9--13-12/ | J. Stevens Model 425 | .25 | 4343 | 1988.8.936.JPG | firearm | nickel steel | sporting | plain | walnut | trigger | rifle | American | J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee Falls, MA

1988.8.847
American | Whitney Arms Co.,...
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1988.8.847 | ca. 1863 | L: 56 in, Barrel length: 40 in, H: 8.5 in, ramrod length: 39.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | This is a U.S. rifle-musket Model 1861, made under contract by the Whitney Arms Co. This company had contracts with both the U.S. government and the State of Connecticut, c. 1861-1863. 15,000 were made for the U.S. government and 14,000 for the State of Connecticut. The plant was called the Whitneyville Armory from 1798 to 1863. | [top of barrel] I.C | 1864; [PR barrel] V | P | (proof); [lover PR barrel] L.F.R.; [PL lockplate] E. WHITNEY | N. HAVEN; [PR receiver] I.C.; [PR stock] 18; [buttplate] US | A: musket;B: ramrod; 1988.8.848 bayonette | Whitney U.S. Model 1863 Contract | .58 | 1988.8.847v2.jpg | 1988.8.847v1.jpg | firearm | walnut | iron | plain | trigger | steel | musket | American | Whitney Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.3902
American | Other | brass
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1988.8.3902 | ca. 1800 | L: 9.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | U.S.N. under Navy anchor N. P. AMES 1845 JL P R.P. | U.S Navy flask. Dated 1843. Marked "N.P. Ames". (Winchester Inventory) | 1988.8.3902.JPG | Other | brass | powder flask | American

1988.8.806
American | National Arms Co....
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1988.8.806 | 1869-1870 | L: 5.375 in, Barrel length: 2.5 in, H: 2.125 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The single shot No. 2 Deringer was manufactured by the National Arms Co. between 1865 and 1870; about 5000 were made. In 1870, National Arms was purchased by the Colt Firearms Co. of Hartford, CT, who continued manufacture of the general type until 1910. | record indicates there is one, but not listed | National Arms Company (D. Moore) No. 2 Deringer Pistol | .41 | 8224 | 1988.8.806v1.jpg | 1988.8.806v2.jpg | firearm | butt | stock | bird's head | plain | metallic cartridge | open | walnut grips | bead front | trigger | sights | pistol | single action | American | National Arms Co., Brooklyn, NY

1988.8.3981
American | Other | brass
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1988.8.3981 | 1840-1880 | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | IMPROVED PATENT JAMES BARLOW & Co Increment markings = 3, 2 ¼, 2 ½ DRAMS | Powder flask for muzzle loading shotgun. (Win. Notes) | 1988.8.3981.JPG | Other | brass | powder flask | American

1990.3.2
American | Ithaca Gun Co., I...
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1990.3.2 | 1926-1948 | L: 46.75 in, Barrel length: 30 in, H: 6 in | Gift of Leigh F. Coffin and Leigh M. Coffin in Memory of Jane M. Coffin | Ithaca "New Ithaca Double", Double Barrel Shotgun, Grade 4 Maker: Ithaca Gun Company; Ithaca, NY Serial Number: 435814 Gauge: 12 (2-3/4" chambers) Barrel Length: 30" (with ventilated rib) Date: 1926 Catalogue Number: 1990.3.2 Gift of Leigh F. Coffin and Leigh M. Coffin in Memory of Jane M. Coffin | L sideplate: ITHACA GUN CO.; R sideplate: ITHACA, N.Y.; L tang: 435814; buttplate: hawkins patd; water table: 435814 | Stock has been repaired on left side. Stock and forend are mismatched. | 12 (2-3/4" chambers) | 435814 | 1990.3.2v1.jpg | 1990.3.2v2.jpg | duck | Landscape | floral | pheasant | scroll | firearm | checkered pistol grip | red rubber recoil pad | beaver tail | dark | casehardened receiver | none | stock | magazine | double barrel | polished | engraved | ebony wedge inlay | checkered | barrel | single | satin finished | trigger | finish | blued barrels | in the white | aged ivory two-bead | forend | sights | raised rib | fancy walnut | break-open | shotgun | Ithaca "New Ithaca Double", Double Barrel Shotgun, Grade 4 Maker: Ithaca Gun Company; Ithaca, NY Serial Number: 435814 Gauge: 12 (2-3/4" chambers) Barrel Length: 30" (with ventilated rib) Date: 1926 Catalogue Number: 1990.3.2 Gift of Leigh F. Coffin and Leigh M. Coffin in Memory of Jane M. Coffin | American | Ithaca Gun Co., Ithaca, NY

1988.8.3986
American | european | Other ...
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1988.8.3986 | ca. 1800 | L: 8.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Brass flask with so-called shell design. Full length 6 5/8 inches; length of charging neck 1 1/8 inches. Powder cutoff of spring type on charging neck is missing and wood plug has been inserted in the end. No makers name. Typical type of flask used with late flintlock Kentucky type rifles and throughout the period of common use of percussion lock rifles. (Tom Hall notes.) | 1988.8.3986.JPG | Other | brass | powder flask | American | european

1988.8.412
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.412 | ca. 1919 | L: 13.375 in, Barrel length: 10.125 in, H: 4.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | This Winchester bolt action, single shot target pistol is made from the receiver and barrel of a Model 1902 rifle. It was most likely made by factory employees for personal use. | NONE. | .22 caliber | 1988.8.412.v1.jpg | 1988.8.412.v2.jpg | firearm | bolt action | pistol | barrel | round | single shot | trigger | plain | open rear. | sights | stock | post and bead front | walnut grips. | Winchester Model 1902 Target Pistol Maker: Winchester Repeating Arms Co.; New Haven, CT Serial Number: Not Serially Numbered Caliber: .22 LR Date: ca. 1919 Catalog Number: 1988.8.412 Gift of Olin Corporation Winchester Arms Collection | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT | American

1988.8.265
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.265 | 1911 | L: 42 in, Barrel length: 23.25 in, H: 7.5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Model 1892 was a scaled down version of the Model 1886 and was designed for the popular mid-range calibers of the older Model 1873 (.32/20 W.C.F., .38/40 W.C.F., and .44/40 W.C.F.). Like the Model 1886, the Model 1892 used a double bolt-locking design and featured a fast and smooth lever action. It was tremendously popular in Australia and South America, as well as in the United States. Magazine capacity: rifle- 13 cartridges; carbine- 11 cartridges; musket- 17 cartridges. | bottom receiver/616642/grip cap/WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./upper tang/MODEL 1892./-WINCHESTER-/PAT. OCT. 14.1884/PL bbl/MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. PATENTED OCTOBER 14. 1884./38 W.C.F./ | Winchester Model 1892 | .38 (.38 WCF) | 616642 | 1988.8.265v1.jpg | 1988.8.265v2.jpg | firearm | walnut | trigger | plain | metal | sporting | rifle | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.131
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.131 | ca.1910 | overall length: 38.75 in, Barrel length: 19.5 in, H: 7.75 in | The Model 1910 self-loading rifle was yet another enlargement of the earlier Model 1905. It was chambered for the especially developed .401 Winchester self-loading smokeless cartridge, using 200 or 250 grain bullets. The heavy weight and short range accuracy of the arm limited its sales. The Model 1910 was discontinued around 1935; about 20,786 were produced. This cutaway Model 1910 is cut on the left side from the wrist through the forepiece to demonstrate the internal mechanisms. | bottom of clip/.401 CAL./upper tang/WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK/REG. U.S. PAT. OFF./end of stock/WINCHESTER/TRADE-MARK/REPEATING/ARMS CO./PL barrel/MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW. HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. SELF LOADING MODEL 1910. PAT. AUG. 27.- .401 CAL./DEC. 10. 1901. FEB. 25. 1902. FEB. 17. DEC. 22. 1903. AUG. 21. 1906. OCT. 30. 1906./ | Winchester R&D label on PL stock. | Model 1910 | .401 | no | 1988.8.131v1.jpg | 1988.8.131v2.jpg | 1988.8.131VIEW2.JPG | firearm | takedown | detachable box | adjustable v-notch | stock | sporting | magazine | ramp/blade | front sight | barrel | bakelite buttplate | two-piece walnut | semi-pistol grip | round barrel | varnished | tapered | finish | rear sight | blued overall | semi-automatic | cutaway | rifle | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.258
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.258 | 1915 | L: 42.125 in, Barrel length: 23.25 in, H: 7.5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Model 1892 was a scaled down version of the Model 1886 and was designed for the popular mid-range calibers of the older Model 1873 (.32/20 W.C.F., .38/40 W.C.F., and .44/40 W.C.F.). Like the Model 1886, the Model 1892 used a double bolt-locking design and featured a fast and smooth lever action. It was tremendously popular in Australia and South America, as well as in the United States. Magazine capacity: rifle- 13 cartridges; carbine- 11 cartridges; musket- 17 cartridges. | bottom receiver/777462/upper tang/MODEL 1892/-WINCHESTER-/TRADEMARK REG. IN U.S. PAT. OFF./bbl top/MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. PATENTED OCTOBER 14. 1884/25-20 W.C.F./ | Winchester Model 1892 | .25 (.25 WCF) | 777462 | 1988.8.258v1.jpg | 1988.8.258v2.jpg | firearm | sporting | double set | trigger | rifle | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.539
American | Remington Arms Co...
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1988.8.539 | 1866-1870 | L: 13.25 in, Barrel length: 8.5 in, H: 5.125 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Remington Model 1865 (also called Model 1866), rolling block, single shot, breech-loading U.S. Navy pistol was manufactured 1866-1870. About 6500 are thought to have been made. This model was the first of the Remington rolling block pistols. The name rolling block comes from the pivoting action of the breech block. It was a very strong action, locked and supported by the hammer when in the fired position. The action was designed and patented by Joseph Rider, a famous arms inventor who served principally with Remington's. | FRAME: REMINGTONS, ILION N.Y. U.S.A. AND PAT. MAY 3D, NOV. 15TH, 1864, APRIL 17TH, 1866. | Remington Model 1865 Navy | 1988.8.539.jpg | firearm | blade front | v notch rear cut in top of breechblock. | pistol | American | Remington Arms Co., Ilion, NY

1988.8.328
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.328 | ca. 1919 | L: 45 in, Barrel length: 26.5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Due to wide use in World War I, the bolt action rifle became popular in America during the 1920's. A concurrent interest in precision small bore competitive shooting led Winchester to produce the Model 52. Designed by Thomas Crossley Johnson, the Model 52 has become the leading arm in small bore accuracy. It is available in a variety of styles and weights, and has a magazine capacity of 5 cartridges (detachable magazine). | bbl/22 SHORT/ | This rifle is the first sample model made in the model shop at Winchester. Unlike production models chambered for .22 long rifle, this arm is chambered for .22 short rim fire. no written record for this firearm | Winchester Model 52 | .22 short | none | 1988.8.328.JPG | 1988.8.328.jpg | 1988.8.328v2.jpg | 1988.8.328v1.jpg | 1988.8.328v1.jpg | 1988.8.328v2.jpg | firearm | plain | sporting | metal | trigger | walnut | rifle | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.808
American | Samuel Colt, New ...
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1988.8.808 | ca. 1859 | L: 8.875 in, Barrel length: 4 in, H: 4.375 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | written record indicates there is one, but not listed | Pocket size percussiosn revolver, 2nd type. Records indicate that this revolver is in its original factory walnut case with all accessories. Displayed in BBHC's summer 2003 exhibit, "Colt: The Legacy of a Legend." | 1849 | .31 (7 groove rifling) | 156490 | 1988.8.808v1.jpg | 1988.8.808v2.jpg | hold-up scene | firearm | front | sights | barrel | Cylinder | octagon barrel | engraved | plain | trigger | grips | one-piece | double line stamping | stock | walnut | bead | revolver | percussion | American | Samuel Colt, New York City

1988.8.632
American | Winchester Repeat...
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1988.8.632 | ca. 1943 | L: 35.75 in, Barrel length: 17.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The United States Carbine, Caliber .30 M1, was a gas-operated, semi-automatic arm designed by the Winchester engineering staff at the request of the United States military. It was a light weight arm intended for officers, and patrol and scouting operations. It was manufactured by Winchester for the United States government only during World War II and discontinued in 1945. Approximately 818,060 were produced. Magazine capacity: 15 cartridges (detachable box). | RCVR: U.S. CARBINE CAL. .30M1 WINCHESTER. | Flat bolt; blued. Mark on right lug: W. P.C. Lug Shape: straight. Gas port in bottom. Firing pin marking: "W", blue. Internal cut-straight. Marking inside bottom: "W." Slide stop: Late. Round slide box. Slide color: Gray. No finish on hammer. Hammer spring recessed. Front milled sight. Rear leaf sight. Integral gas cylinder. Receiver: Short handguard. Notches on both ends of receiver. Narrow rear tang. Square buttplate. 15 round magazine. Mostly original. Type III receiver here would push it into (undecip) time. Diagonal butt plate is an anomaly. This carbine came from Pugsley's office. | Winchester U.S. M-1 (Carbine) | .30 | 1072074 | 1988.8.632v1.jpg | 1988.8.632v2.jpg | World War II | firearm | plain | trigger | military | carbine | semi-automatic | American | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.1360
American | muzzle-loading | ...
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1988.8.1360 | 1840-1850 | L: 47 in, Barrel length: 30.5 in, H: 6.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | [top of breech:] CAST STEEL | A: rifle B: ramrod .38 caliber, 4 shot rifle. Probably made by E. Remington. | .38 caliber | 1988.8.1360v1.jpg | 1988.8.1360v2.jpg | muzzle-loading | rifle | multiple barrel | repeating | firearm | percussion lock | wood | steel | brass | American

1988.8.825
Whitney Arms Co., New Haven,...
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1988.8.825 | ca. 1858 | L: 13.125 in, Barrel length: 7.625 in, H: 4.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Approximately 350 Whitney Navy revolvers were manufactured between 1857 and 1858. They are similar to the Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver in design. It is believed that most of this model was sold to Mexico through a Texas agent in 1859. | record indicates there is one, but it is not listed | This revolver is a rare variant without a loading lever. | Navy | none listed | 1988.8.825v1.jpg | 1988.8.825v2.jpg | revolver | percussion | firearm | octagon | groove in lip | sights | brass | open | bead front | hammer | barrel | v-notch rear on frame | standard | Whitney Arms Co., New Haven, CT | American

1988.8.236.5
American | Ethan Allen, etc....
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1988.8.236.5 | ca. 1847 | L: 4.75 in, Diameter: .875 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | NONE | Cleaning rod for cased Ethan Allen pepperbox. | 1988.8.236v6.JPG | 1988.8.236v5.JPG | cleaning rod | American | Ethan Allen, etc.

1988.8.3978
American | Other | brass
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1988.8.3978 | 1840-1880 | L: 7.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Brass flask decorated with trophies of dead game showing deer, rabbits, wild geese, and a pheasant or a wild turkey. Spring type cutoff. The style of decoration of this flask has lead the writer to believe that it may have been used with either a double barrel or multi-barrel combination rifle and shotgun. (T. H. Hall note) | 1988.8.3978.JPG | Other | brass | powder flask | American