Nickel plated Remington-Smoot New Model No. 1 revolver s/n 1135, manufactured circa 1875-1877 with birds-head grip, 2 13/16 inch octagonal barrel, integral with frame and ejector rod. One-line barrel address ‘E. REMINGTON & SONS, ILION, N.Y. PAT. W.S. SMOOT OCT. 21, 1873.’ Chambered in obsolete .30 rimfire short calibre. Two-piece walnut grips. Five shot cylinder, 13/16 inch overall. Recoil shield solid, affixed rigidly to the frame. The frame, barrel and ejector housing were all in one piece. Nickel-plated with case coloured hammer and trigger. This model was a competitor to the Colt New Line revolvers.
Total production only about 3,000, with 2,300 manufactured with the fixed recoil shield. Very good condition with some storage marks and scuffs. Good working order.