Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver


Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver with killer history.  This Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver surfaced many, many years ago.  It has changed hands just a few times through the years.  This Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver has a wonderful handwritten letter stating the history.

The Rebel does not like to bore y’all with facts, dates, and specs.  I hate wasting my brain on information any 12 year old can google.  That said, The South was in full throttle to fight the invading Yankees.  We had no huge Federal Army.  In just a few months we were able to Stand Strong.  If the South could have had a year to prepare we would have had the Confederate Air Force.  I digress, this revolver in my opinion, was made in this configuration.  Brass is easy to work with the hard part making Revolvers is all the iron.  This is an early serial number and if they had Colt parts why not use them.  The First Models had more of a Colt Army look anyway with the rounded barrel frame.  New Orleans fell early to the invading Yankees.  All parts would have been moved to Georgia.  Southern people don’t throw away anything.  I can see First Model parts being used on a battlefield recovered Colt Revolver with no problems.

It even has the same profile as the Rebel Relics Civil War Relics Fresh Griswold Revolver I just found.  There are many Confederate Arms long and short with factory swapped parts.  Look no farther than the Richmond Armory.  This is not a text book example and probably why I love it.  Any “dealer” can go to an auction and buy vetted recycled civil war relics.  I love the hunt and finding civil war relics in the barns, old houses, hen houses, and outhouses.  This civil war relics dealer loves bringing fresh treasure to the market.  This Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver is awesome.  In my opinion, as Rebel as any minty Confederate Revolver.  You add in the Tennessee Battlefield found history and stand back little children.

If your Civil War Relics Collection could use some sizzle, Rebel Relics Yell.  I will be happy to talk about this Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver.  The new Griswold Revolver I found has been spoken for by another dealer.  I will let him sell it first then we can discuss the sizzle on it.  Did I ever tell y’all I love Civil War Relics.  These pictures were taken a 4 am this morning.  Not my best pictures I promise.  It looks way better than pictures show.

There is a little video on my FaceBook Page about this revolver.  I just go it and could not wait to show it off.  I love civil war relics to much, maybe.  Just kidding laugh out loud.  Feel free to check out the video.

I am off to the Mesa, Arizona Show and Auctions.  Not gonna do Vegas this year.  I was told there is Porn Star Awards going on and just does not sound like the place to be.  Last year the Mesa Show was awesome and look forward to bringing home some killer civil war relics from there.  I will be back on January 29, 2019 ready to work for ONE DAY then gone to The Dalton Georgia Civil War Relics Show.  I will get everything mailed out before I leave for Dalton.

Don’t think long on this Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver.  If you can’t see yourself spending 20K on an example.  This Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver is your missing link in your civil war relics collection.  This Civil War Relics Missing Link Revolver is as good as it gets.  If you held it and love civil war relics, this Bad Boy talks and walks.

Thank you for looking at my website.  Please check out my facebook page “Brian Akins”.  I update from the shows and auctions on my finds.  It is an awesome way to keep track of new Civil War Relics.  There is usually some excitement along the way and some sightseeing.  Many times I have got to meet customers along the way because they saw my travel plans on FaceBook or Youtube.  I also have sixty or so videos on YouTube.  If you enjoy the videos please hit the subscribe button.  Most of the videos are on different Civil War Relics.  I live here in Middle Tennessee near the Stones River Battle.  Just minutes from Larry Hicklen and his shop.  I have been doing business with Middle Tennessee Relics since I was in grade school. If your thinking of selling a single item or collection, Rebel Yell.  I offer the industry leading low rate of 10% consignment fee.  Feel free to compare that rate anywhere in the world. I also purchase single items and collections.  Civil War Relics is my passion.  I am the Original American Picker since I was a kid. I was American Picking at yard sales when I was a child with money made from selling chewing gum at school. I also sell Tennessee Long Rifles and related material.  I do attend several Antique Long Rifle Shows a year.  I have an extensive Native American Collection also.  I am currently extensively studying Native American Pipe Tomahawks. Civil War Relics is just one of my many Antique Arms Interests. I am a member of the Antique Bowie Knife Association.  I have sold some of the rarest Confederate Bowie Knives known.  Antique Bowie Knives are always flowing through my inventory.  From Sharps & Hamilton to T. L. Pruett Antique Bowie Knives. If you have any Civil War Veteran Items I’m also strong in that market.  I have sold over 300 United Confederate Veteran Uniforms.  Rebel Relics is an internet business but I do attend most National and Regional Antique Arm Shows. I am the “call me” Civil War Relics Dealer.  I enjoy the interaction and getting to know my customers.  I tell everyone in this business I’m looking for new friends not new customers in the Civil War Relics World. The World Famous Rebel Relics Pricing is not just a gimmick.  Very seldom … like never do I see a better value for the same Civil War Relics anywhere else.  I also sell Japanese Shin Gunto Swords.  Many of them have the older authentic Samurai blades.  I do sell authentic Samurai Armor and related material.  Thank you for taking the time to read my little summary here.  No Civil War Relics Collection is to large.  I recently picked up the Blue Gray Museum from Decatur, Alabama on consignment. This was the largest privately owned Civil War Museum in the world.  I have the network and resources to handle any Antique Military Collection.  Please know I value your business and your time.  If you need anything please Rebel Yell.  Tennessee Residents must pay State Sales Tax of 9.75%. Civil War Relics is my passion and all my civil war relics come with a complimentary Rebel Relics Yell.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any of your Civil War Relics Questions. I can bring any of my civil war relics to a show for inspection. I appreciate all your support and love. Civil War Relics is more than my business.  This is a lifelong passion that allows me to feed my family and enjoy the artifacts.  Think of me as just another civil war relics collector.  excited to hear from you and discuss building your Antique Military Collection. What are you waiting on?  I am ready, willing, and able to help guide you through the process.  Nothing is more awesome than having your own Rebel Relics Museum.  Your favorite beverage will be much better while staring at your civil war relics collection nicely displayed.  Many of my customers have a whole room in their home dedicated to their civil war relics collections.

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