.22 caliber, 7 round, Bird's Head Grip, spur trigger revolver with the name "Captain Jack" on the top of receiver. The round barrel is 2 1/2" and the cylinder has a removable retaining rod. A side plate provides access to the inner springs. It has the Patent Date of March 23, 1871 and is chambered for the .22 caliber short, black powder cartridge and is not safe to shoot with modern ammunition. Nickel plated gun with nearly all finish gone with bright metal remaining, some metal pitting is evident. Barrel and cylinder have no finish remaining. The action is intermittent in that the cylinder occasionally misses a turn. The excellent ivory grips are numbered to the gun, 3236.