Serial # 1733, 32 long rim fire, 1 5/8 inch cut down barrel, very good four groove bore with light erosion. This interesting spur trigger revolver was built in the 1880s and it had the barrel cut down during the period of use. It remains in good condition with grey patina on metal surfaces. The fancy hard rubber grips show wear and use and are numbered to the gun. This gun has an interesting design, the cylinder swings out on a boom and is held in place by a small latch. This is the earlier variation with the shorter boom and frame, it also has most of the Unique marking on barrel top. This marking is seen on some of these guns. See Flayderman's 8A-166.5 and 8A-030. Gun works well and markings that remain are clear. An unusual pocket revolver that will look great on display.