Here is a National Arms Co. Front Loading spur trigger revolver in 32 caliber teat fire with a 3 1/4" long round barrel having a very good bore with light pitting present. This revolver has serial #21794 and was manufactured from 1864 through 1870 with approximately 30,000 pieces manufactured before Colt purchased this company in 1870. The brass frame has a rich light tarnish overall. The remaining metal surfaces exhibit a grayish brown patina with light dings present. The bird's head shaped walnut grips rate good with a repaired crack on the left side panel and a chip missing from the right side panel. The engraved frame features relief scroll patterns along with geometric designs and border lines. The printing and patent dates on the unfluted six shot cylinder are clear and fully legible. Mechanically, this revolver functions fairly well except for the missing hammer spring and its tension screw. An attractive little revolver that was one of Smith & Wesson's most successful competitors. {Antique} 

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