Made by Winchester Repeating Firearms c.1887, fitted with a WM Malcolm scope - serial number 9183. .32-40 Ballard single shot falling block rifle, segmented cleaning rod in the buttstock, N°3 octagon barrel. Probably the sexiest scope in existence.
Manufactured by Lucius W. Pond in Worcester, Massachusetts - serial number 581. .32RF six-round cylinder, single action with spur trigger, bottom-break mechanism with release tab on the side of the frame, cut for a shoulder stock. Yet another illegal metallic cartridge revolver made during the American Civil War. If you ask me the Union government should have just revoked Rollin White’s patent on bored-through cylinders, it clearly hurt the American firearm market and claimed to cover a system that was obviously not foreseen by its holder. Then again I’m no patent law expert.