Ruger 10/22 - Simple, rugged and reliable, the 10/22 earned high marks on its own. Competitive shooters, however, took advantage of its semi-modular construction and turned it into the premier action sports rimfire with a wealth of aftermarket parts that allow stocks, triggers, barrels, and other key components to be tuned for maximum performance.
Confederate used 4th NC Cavalry (59th Regiment NC State Troops)Colt .36 "Navy" revolver. Honest brown and untouched as they come, clear Colt Patent marking on barrel, S/N 99,585 as manufactured in 1861 with clear initials of William Alexander Allen who served as a 2nd Lt. in the 81st NC Militia as well as 1st Corporal, Co. A, 4th NC Cavalry. This unit was present at Gettysburg among many other battles in Virginia and Maryland. With archives records.