Hopkins & Allen "Ranger No. 2" .32 RF Pocket Revolver
This is a typical 1880's "suicide special" from Hopkins and Allen of Norwich, CT. 1871 and 1879 patent dates, 80% nickel on the frame but the cylinder is pretty badly pitted. It retains less than 50% of its nickel finish. The grips are excellent, without cracks or missing chips, and no visible wear. The action works as it should although a bit stiff, which is normal for these small pocket guns. The cylinder is clean and the bore is rifled. It is not exactly shiny, but the rifling is well visible. A nice example of an early American cartridge revolver. 2 3/4 inch barrel, chambered for the .32 rim fire cartridge. SN 7572, rated very good overall.


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