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BALLARD CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54. 22" rnd
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BALLARD CIVIL WAR CARBINE. Cal. 54. 22" rnd bbl. Marked "BALLARD'S PATENT / NOV 5. 1861" on the right side of the action and "MERWIN. & BRAY / AGT'S. N.Y....


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