Smith & Wesson tip-up revolvers explained

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Early developments toward the bored through cylinder - Cap and ball era with Colt revolvers - Mechanism of the Leonard pepperbox - Rollin White loading systems explained - S & W terms of acquisition of the Rollin White's patent Evolution toward the self-contained cartridge - Self-contained cartridges in Europe - Samuel Pauly's self-contained cartridge - Louis Nicolas Auguste Flobert - The Walter Hunt self-contained cartridge of 1848 - Walter Hunt's "Volition" repeater - Lewis Jennings improved version of the Hunt gun - Courtland C. Palmer - Cartridge protected by U.S. patent #14147 - Early Smith and Wesson model produced at Norwich - S & W cartridge protected by U.S. patent #11496 - Early rimfire cartridge by Smith and Wesson Early developments of the S&W Model 1 revolver - F. H. Harrington patent #20607 (jointed hammer) - Leaf spring barrel catch and separate ratchet - Remedies to the cartridge bulging issue - General characteristics of the Model 1 first issue - Typical features of the first type - Typical features of the second type - Typical features of the third type - Typical features of the fourth type - Typical features of the fifth type - Typical features of the sixth type Markings and finish of the Model 1 first issue revolver - Firm and patent markings - Serial numbers and assembly markings - Metal finish and presentation cases - Luxury engraved version with mother of pearl grip plates - Gutta percha presentation case by Littlefield Parsons & Co. - Second model of gutta percha case known as the "Stand of Flags" S&W Model 1 second and third issue - Typical S&W Model 1 second issue - Production of the S&W Model 1 second issue - General characteristics of the Model 1 second issue - Markings found on the S&W Model 1 second issue - "2D QUAL'TY" marking - S&W Model 1 third issue

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- Early and later top strap profile - General characteristics of the Model 1 second issue - Markings found on the S&W Model 1 third issue - Nickel plating of firearms - Model 1 third issue "Target Model" Dismounting of the S&W Model 1 second issue (I) - Removal of the cylinder - Dismounting the cylinder inner axial stud - Detachment of the barrel from the frame - Disassembly of the barrel latch - Removal of the grip plates Dismounting of the S&W Model 1 second issue (II) - Removal of the sideplate - Dismounting of the main spring - Dismounting of the hammer assembly from the frame - Disassembling of the hammer components - Hammer pivot in the frame Dismounting of the S&W Model 1 second issue (III) - Dismounting of the trigger - Dismounting of the cylinder stop - Index of the parts Functioning of the S&W Model 1 second issue (I) - Functioning of the trigger mechanism - Weakness of the barrel attachment - Barrel latch explained Functioning of the S&W Model 1 second issue (II) - Adjustment of the cylinder inner stud - Functioning of the cylinder stop S&W Model 1 1/2 first issue - General characteristics of the Model 1 1/2 first issue - Variations of this model that must draw attention - Firm and patent markings found on the S&W Model 1 1/2 first issue - Serial number markings found on the S&W Model 1 1/2 first issue - Location of the assembly markings - Assembly marking on the rear face of the trigger - Notable areas of weakness Mechanical features of the Model 1 1/2 first issue - Cylinder adjustment - Modified tool tip to accommodate the cylinder stud - Precise positioning of the forward lug of the cylinder - Functioning of the cylinder stop in the bottom frame strap S&W Model 1 1/2 second issue and transitional - General characteristics of the Model 1 1/2 first issue - Firm and patent markings on the S&W Model 1 1/2 second issue - Serial number markings - Location of the assembly markings

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- Cylinder stop features - S&W Model 1 1/2 transitional - For those who might thought of "building" a transitional model Smith & Wesson no 2 Old Model (or no 2 Army) - General characteristics of the no 2 Old Model - Old type of hammer knurling - Later trigger checkering - Grip escutcheon and screw variations - Firm and patent markings - Serial number marking (tiny and large dies) - Assembly marks - Mechanical features and functioning - Reloading kits for the .32 RF short and long Original patents - drawings and texts - Colt patent #9430X dated February 25, 1936 - George Leonard Jr. patent #6723 dated Sept. 18, 1 - George Leonard Jr. patent #7493 dated July 9, 1850 - Rollin White patent #12648 dated April 3, 1855 - Rollin White patent #12649 dated April 3, 1855 Original Smith & Wesson patents - drawings and texts - Horace Smith U.S. patent #8317 dated August 26, 1851 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #10535 dated February 14, 1854 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #11496 dated August 8, 1854 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #14147 dated January 22, 1856 - F. H. Harrington U.S. patent #20607 dated June 15, 1858 assigned to S & W - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #24666 dated July 5, 1859 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #27933 dated April 17, 1860 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #30990 dated December 18, 1860 - Smith & Wesson U.S. patent #51092 dated November 21, 1865

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