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    Albion Enfield "Webley" snubnose, Dumoulin Freres Top Break, and F&W Bulldog

    Up for sale are 3 revolvers. I'm willing to drive 20 minutes from Northwest Indianapolis to meet FTF (I will drive further if multiple guns are purchased and the amount makes the gas worthwhile).

    First, is an Albion Enfield No 2 Mark 1 snubnose in .38 S&W. This neat little top break was likely built during WWII or not long after it. It, like the bigger "tanker" variants, is double action only and has a bobbed hammer. It comes with a nice leather holster with retention snap. I do have some .38 S&W ammo available, so if you are interested in buying some with gun, let me know.

    I'm asking $500 $400






    Next, I'm selling my Belgian Dumoulin Freres top break revolver in .44 S&W. This gun was produced in the late 1800's and given the caliber, most likely it was made for the export market outside of Europe. It's a pretty interesting looking revolver and it is still functional in double or single action. This gun is still a shooter. I don't know much about the manufacturer, other than they likely were one of the smaller shops that got folded into FN after the turn of the century in Belgium. I also have a couple boxes of .44 S&W that I'm willing to include with the revolver.

    I'm asking $600 $500





    Finally, we have a Forehand & Wadsworth Bulldog in .32 S&W. This little gun was built in the US and was a copy of the Webley Bulldog that were so ubiquitous in the late 1800's. This gun is definitely pre-1898, as the company changed names to just Forehand when Wadsworth old off his share of the company to Forehand in 1890. So this is likely a pistol built in the late 1880's. The gun does function and I have shot it. It's lock up is wobbly and it is double action only. I'm not sure if it ever had a single action function, as I've never seen an F&W bulldog that did have a working single action. So it may very well be truly DAO, but keeping the spur on the hammer. Anyway, this is just a neat little Victorian era pistol.

    I'm asking $200 $150.



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