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Lindsay Model 1860 Two-Shot Single-Barrel Percussion Pistol (1860)

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 6/23/2013

John P. Lindsay developed his 1860 Twin-Shot to provide for a psuedo-repeating action.

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Specifications for the
Lindsay Model 1860
Two-Shot Single-Barrel Percussion Pistol


Country of Origin: United States
Manufacturer: Union Knife Company - USA
Initial Year of Service: 1860


Overall Length: 0mm (0.00in)
Barrel Length: 215.00mm (8.46in)
Weight (Empty): 0.00lbs (0.00kg)


Caliber: .44
Action: Percussion System
Feed: Two-Charge, Two-Projectile Arrangement
Sights: Front Iron


Variants:
Model 1860


Operators:
United States