Smith and Wesson Shatter Revolver - model 2, old army model:
Length: approximately 25 cm, barrel 12 cm
Calibre: 32 mm rimfire, 6 shots
Revolver opens with hinge and swivelling upward.
Manufactured from 1861 to 1874 in approx. 77000 copies
Its serial number, 69824, would indicate a late manufacture date, around 1869.
Barrel marking: ‘SMITH & WESSON, SPRINGFIELD MASS.’
Cylinder marking: ‘Patented April 1855. July 1859. Dec 1860.’
Number: 69824 on the heel.
Barrel: Good rifling marks, chambers in good condition.
Single action spur trigger.
Perfect indexing, no iron.
No play to the lock, the weapon is fully functional and in very good condition.
See pictures; I am happy to answer your questions.
Sales only within France and Europe.
Also English proof marks.
- Country of manufacture
- Manufacturer/ Maker
- Smith & Wesson
- model n°2 old army
- Weapon Type
- Firing mechanism
- Year of Manufacture
- Barrel Rifling
- Barrel is Rifled
- Overall Length
- 25 cm
- Barrel/ blade length
- 12 cm