36 Caliber Bullet / Ball Mold. Texas Arms Lancaster Texas C. Item is in good used shape.Came from Arkansas Ozark Mountains. I did some research and it doesnt seem like there were a lot of pistols made by this company. Is 4 ½ long, but very heavy, weighs 5.4 ounces. 36 caliber bullet and ball.
44 Army caliber Dragoon revolvers, and 1,500 would be. 36 caliber Navy revolvers; all built on frames copied from Colt Dragoon revolvers. Reasons for failure to meet the contract were shortages of material and workers (able-bodied men were drafted into the Confederate Army), and wartime inflation.Four hundred of the partially-completed. Only a few surviving weapons are known to exist today.
They are now described as The Most-Wanted Confederate Firearm. They were marked with a Lone Star and Texas Arms. No Navy caliber guns were made.The little foundry and gun factory was located on West Main Street in Lancaster, and was torn down in 1906. The Veterans Memorial Library was later erected on the site. Tucker-Sherrard and Company was formed by Laban E. Tucker and his son, Argyle W. Killen, and Pleasant Taylor of Dallas and Lancaster. The Tuckers had previously made a few guns at Marshall, Texas, before moving to Lancaster. The name Tucker-Sherrand was later changed to Sherrard, Taylor and Company, then to Clark, Sherrard and Company after the Civil War. You will have fun browsing.
Thank you for taking your time to look. Thank you for your understanding. Again, thank you for your understanding. The item "Texas Arms Lancaster CSA. 36 Cal Bullet Mold Confederate Army Civil War Pistol" is in sale since Monday, October 4, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Other Civil War Original Items". The seller is "super_fuely" and is located in Mountain Home, Arkansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.