This revolver was made in Belgium for the American market in the 1880s. An interesting ANTIQUE REVOLVER in 44-40 WCF with a 5 3/8 in. barrel. It is stamped "Frontier Army" on the top strap and the top of the barrel is marked "FOR 44 WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE". It locks up tight, cycles, and all parts function. These guns were offer by Sears Roebuck and Mongomery Wards in the 1880s.
The rear cylinder face shows the crown over "ELG" in an oval proof mark. The butt plate has a lanyard ring. The gun is smooth gray throughout with fantastic gutta percha grips. The trigger guard and the cylinder have the number "07".
These revolvers were carried in the Old West.
We are including an antique holster that fits the gun. I include the holster only as a collectible. It would likely not stand up to regular use.
No FFL required.