Three-barrel Revolving Rifle by Alfred Marion Cone, Likely Best Example Extant
Finely engraved, fine checkered wrist, smooth metal surfaces, plumb brown &
gray: outstanding architecture, great drop, and delicate graceful wrist.
Date/Period: 19th Century
Measurement: .38-caliber, overall length: 46.75": barrel length: 30.75"
Material: Fine figured walnut stock
Condition: Fine and original, barrel is smooth plumb brown, otherwise smokey gray.
Bores are bright and clean…a very nice gun.
Additional Information: Everything about this triple barrel rifle is terrific. The barrel is
signed: A.M. CONE / CAST STEEL / CORRY. PA
Cone was born in Panama, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1831; died April 1, 1903. A cooper by
trade, took up gunsmithing at Co lumbus, Pa.; later, North Centre St., Corry, Pa.,
and 331 Pennsylvania Ave., West, Warren, Pa. Made very accurate, finely engraved
hunting and match rifles, some side-hammers.