z Sold ~ Maltby, Henley & Co. Hammerless .32
z Sold ~ Maltby, Henley & Co. Hammerless .32
Maltby, Henley & Co. Hammerless .32 - Click To Enlarge

z Sold ~ Maltby, Henley & Co. Hammerless .32

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The trigger return does not work. This gun is Considered A firearms oddity. It was made by Otis Smith of Connecticut during the 1890's. Maltby, Henley & Co. of New York were their sales agents and it is so marked with the Maltby name on the top of the barrel rib. Patent dates on barrel are Oct 29,89. DEC 11,94 PAT PENDING. These were odd given that the frame and barrel are all integral and made from gun metal a yellow brass like the frame of the Henry Rifle. Cylinder is steel. Overall condition on this example is approx 85% original nickle with some discoloration on the right side.  Grips are very good with no scratches or cracks. This revolver was made in the late 1800s and is the only American made revolver of that era with a safety. They only produced a couple thousand of these making them a true oddity. You gotta see it to believe it. The top button that looks like a hammer spur is actually a safety button which works fine. 32 S&W centerfire caliber. 5 shot, 2 3/4 inch round ribbed barrel. At present, this revolver cocks the cylinder rotates, locks up and fires but the trigger return spring is broken or missing. If you push the trigger forward it works every time.  I'll leave these issues to you gunsmith types that have more time than I do. The good news is that this RARE gun is priced accordingly.
This is an ANTIQUE and can be shipped directly to you. Adult signature required. Sold as an Antique ~ no guarantees, warranties, or liabilities for any actual usage. If any firearms are to be used for shooting purposes, a qualified gunsmith should inspect them first.

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