Very loose copy (in more ways than one) of Colt revolver with 4.5” barrel having half-moon front sight and channel rear sight. Nonsense markings on top strap that do not begin to approach Colt address. No markings on barrel or elsewhere on frame. Hammer is missing firing pin. Bakelite type grips with brass escutcheons. Lanyard loop missing. Complete with Chinese holster having six belt loops on body of holster, each with a cartridge case, four loaded rounds (one with cracked case and depressed bullet) and bandoleer style cartridge belt.
Chinese copy of a Colt revolver with original holster and bandoleer belt.
Generously good, mostly not so good. Cylinder locks into place but is very loose. Cocking hammer will not advance cylinder, nor will it stay cocked. Trigger return spring is weak. When everything is “just right” the cylinder will rotate and the hammer will rotate in the DAO mode. Dark bore. VG+ holster with original sticthing just beginning to separate at the lower belt loop. Snaps function properly. An interesting warlord era revolver, probably Chinese but arguably Khyber Pass, complete with an attractive and seldom offered holster rig that really “makes” the ensemble. Sold as a historical rig. NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED!