This is my Great-Granddads .32 that he carried when he was a railroad cop in the Dakota territories in the 1890's
I was looking on their site and didn't see anyplace that I could ask them about it.
Ser. number is 800##
Not the best pictures I know, but the sun was going down by the time I got my Dad to find it in his safe and get it out so I could snap these.
There is a screw and nut for a hammer pivot as it is now with some pitting through the plating.
And, I'm guessing the price for a full restoration would be more than the value of the gun, but it is family
history. Just thinking it would be neat for my kids to be able to shoot it sometime, my Dad said he used to shoot at bullfrogs with it as a kid, couldn't hit a bull in teh ass with it he would say