THE EHLERS No.4 and No.5 MODEL REVOLVERS


NO. 1 IMPROVED
POCKET MODEL
PATERSON REVOLVER


Also known as the 4th Model Ehlers

In August of 1841, John Ehlers purchased parts of unfinished pistols, rifles and carbines amongst an assortment of materials, tools and equipment following the dissolution of Samuel Colt's Patent Arms Manufacturing Company.

From these parts, and some complete guns, Ehlers was able to sell Paterson firearms, mostly (if not all) modified by the addition of loading levers.
  

Serial Number 47

3 barrel
.28 caliber
round back cylinder
factory loading lever

Serial Number 232

3 barrel
.28 caliber
round back cylinder
factory loading lever

Serial Number 385

3 barrel
.28 caliber
round back cylinder
factory loading lever

 

 

NO. 2 IMPROVED
BELT MODEL
PATERSON REVOLVER


Also known as the 5th Model Ehlers
 

 

Serial Number 217

3 barrel
.34 caliber
round back cylinder
factory loading lever
cased with all accessories

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