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Three-Shot Pepperbox by Manhattan .31 cal.
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Three-Shot Pepperbox by Manhattan .31 cal. 3'' barrel length S/N 156. Three-shot barrels; marked on the bar hammer Manhattan New York; walnut grips. Condition:...

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