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All Right Fire Arms Co.
St
Ýckel: Lawrence, MA, mentioned 1876,

 

 

 

All Right Firearms Co. on right grips and Little All Right on the left palm pistol,

no visible serial, caliber 22 short, 1 7/8'' barrel. The metal surfaces of this little pistol retain about 80% original nickel finish with the majority of loss along the cylinder and near the muzzle along with some more flaking and bubbling. There are tiny cracks in the recoil shield and top edge of the frame on the left side. The base pin button appears to be a more modern replacement and is firmly stuck in place. The black plastic grips are probably reproductions with clearly visible patent and address molding, the original grips are very fragile and broken. The grip screw head shows slot wear. The combination trigger / flip-down muzzle cover is intact and the action seems to function appropriately but timing is off. This is still a solid example of these desirable and peculiar palm pistols.  Flayderman's # 8A-005: inventors Edward Boardman and  Lawrence Peavy, patent issued January 18,   $2,200.

 

All Right Firearms Co. vest pocket revolver, serial # 43, caliber .22 short, 1Ĺ" barrel, nickel finish, hard rubber grips with Little All Right and patent dates embossed in the grips. The trigger is missing and therefore I can't inspect the function. The often damaged grips are fine, the plating in part peeled.
A very rare and handy revolver. Flayderman's # 8A-005: inventors Edward Boardman and Lawrence Peavy, patent issued January 18, 1876.     sold

 

 

# 89

All Right Firearms Co. vest pocket revolver, serial # 89, caliber .22 short, 1Ĺ" barrel, nickel finish, hard rubber grips with Little All Right and patent dates embossed in the grips, in working order and fine condition, a very rare and handy revolver. Flayderman's # 8A-005: inventors Edward Boardman and  Lawrence Peavy, patent issued January 18, 1876.    sold

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