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CONFEDERATE USED KERR REVOLVER. SN 3589. Lock is marked "LONDON ARMORY". Frame marked "KERR’S PATENT" with SN 3589. Stocks are stamped with "JS" over... [this item is NOT for sale]
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CONFEDERATE LEECH & RIGDON REVOLVER. SN 328.
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CONFEDERATE GRISWOLD REVOLVER. SN 2040. This
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