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|Trigger||Single Action. Knurled spur trigger.|
|Stock||Smooth walnut grip panels.|
|Metal Condition||This gun is covered in the small scratches, dings, pitting, and patina that one would expect for a gun upwards of 125 years old. The markings on the top of the barrel are worn.|
|Wood Condition||The grips have darkened over the last century. They show some miild to moderate dings and scratches. There are no cracks or chips.|
|Bore Condition||The bore has frosting and deep pitting as is often found in older black powder firearms, however the rifling is still very visible through the flaws.|
|Sights||Small front blade.|
Description: This single shot Deringer was manufactured by C.H. Ballard in Worcester, MA sometime around the 1870s. It has a brass frame with walnut grips. There is some play in the action but the hammer and trigger work well and the springs are strong. It is chambered for a .41 caliber rimfire cartridge.
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