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LeMat Revolver and Cofer 'Type II' Percussion Cartridge Revolver

From the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings in Atlanta, Georgia, John Popp is joined by NRA National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica, Senior Curator Phil Schreier and Colonel Vincent Rausch of the Maryland Arms Collectors Association. Vince presents a rare Confederate-issue LeMat percussion revolver with its original Richmond Depot holster and lanyard. He also showcases a Cofer "Type II" percussion cartridge revolver. It has the only known Confederate firearms patent. Only 84 were made.

From the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings in Atlanta, Georgia, John Popp is joined by NRA National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica, Senior Curator Phil Schreier and Colonel Vincent Rausch of the Maryland Arms Collectors Association. Vince presents a rare Confederate-issue LeMat percussion revolver with its original Richmond Depot holster and lanyard. He also showcases a Cofer "Type II" percussion cartridge revolver. It has the only known Confederate firearms patent. Only 84 were made.

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