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MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal
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MODEL 1842 EIG ARMY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Cal about 65. Heavy military pistol with 8" rnd bbl, fixed sights, front action lock, brass furniture with captive...


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