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It comes in 10, 12, and 16 gauge with 28", 30" or 32" twist or Damascus barrel. Exc. G. 380 This pistol was a stainless steel copy of the Walther PPKS. 380 ACP. 25" barrel and a 6-shot detachable magazine. An optional feature was a black Teflon finish that would increase the value by 10 percent. This company ceased production in 1985. Exc. G. 225 Good 175 Fair 150 Poor 100 AMERICAN ARMS CO. Boston, Massachusetts The history of American Arms is rather sketchy, but it appears the company was formed in 1853 as the G.

2: Manufactured from 1842 to 1847, at Norwich, Connecticut. No. 3: Manufactured from 1847 to 1865, at Worchester, Massachusetts. Courtesy Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Exc. G. 5" octagon barrel. It was slightly smaller in size, finished and marked the same. There were approximately 1,000 made between 1858 and 1860. Exc. G. 34 caliber percussion. 5" in length. It featured a hammer that was mounted on the right side of the frame and a 5-shot, engraved, unfluted cylinder. The cylinder access pin is inserted from the rear of the weapon.

The values of these pepperbox pistols in excellent condition would be between $1,500 and $5,000. Most examples will be seen in the fair to good condition and will bring $1,000 to 2,000 depending on variation. Exc. G. 28 caliber percussion and had a 2" to 5" octagon barrel. The frame was slightly smaller than the belt model. 34 caliber percussion. It had an octagon barrel from 3" to 5" in length. There were no sights. The 5-shot, unfluted cylinder was game scene engraved. The finish was blued with rounded walnut grips.

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