I know this 1861 Colt Navy Revolver doesn't look like much, but it's better than it appears. One need only look at the front sight and the grips that retain 99% of their original varnish to realize that this gun saw little use. It shows strong markings and edges but needs a little TLC to bring it back to full glory. The action is sharp, but it needs a hand-spring as the cylinder doesn't index unless you have the gun pointing down. It's obviously missing a wedge and wedge screw and the hammer screw needs to be replaced as the head is busted off. It shows an artificially aged barrel and cylinder of an ugly light brown and could use a good cleaning. The scene is light as on most 1861's. I have priced this reasonably for someone that knows what they're doing and they'll have a very nice gun for their efforts. If it doesn't sell, I'll have the aforementioned problems taken care of myself and raise the price. This is could be a very nice gun.