A piece of 1950's TV nostalgia, the Bounty Hunter is a reproduction of the gun carried by Western character Josh Randall in the series Wanted: Dead or Alive. The Bounty Hunter is based on a Model 92 rifle, but is considered a pistol by Federal Law because it is built from the ground up as a handgun. Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Chiappa Firearms of Dayton, OH, the Bounty Hunter features a 12" barrel and a 6-round tubular magazine. At just 24" OAL, the Bounty Hunter makes an ideal pack gun or camp defense pistol. It has a large, teardrop-shaped loop lever and is built with the same fit, finish, and high-grade Italian walnut stocks as the Puma M-92 and M-86 rifles. This lever-action features a post front sight with a rear notch and a case-hardened finish. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.