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Bodeo M1889, Fair to Good Condition, 10.35mm


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New to RTI!

We now have Antique Italian M1889 Bodeo revolvers available in fair to good condition. The pistols in this batch were manufactured in 1898 and previous. These pistols came out of Ethiopia in our most recent batch of surplus. The pistols are in fair to good overall condition with finish wear, the grips do have some wear, marks and scratches from handling use, but are otherwise in fair to good shape. Might have some very light pitting in some small areas, but generally many revolvers do not have pitting. 100% functional, chambered in 10.35mm. Please note, the revolver pictured above is an example of the condition, it is not the exact revolver you will receive. The antique Bodeos do not have an import mark as they are antiques and this is not required. Please note the Bodeos in this batch do not come with the original hammer block as they were removed sometime in the past.  

We also offer hand select options on these revolvers:

Hand Select Bore – with this option, we will select the best bore available out of the lot at the time.

Hand Select Manufacturer – we have seen Mida Brescia, Bernardelli, SFARE GVT, as well some others. If you choose this option, please put your preferred manufacturer in the order notes at checkout and we will select your preferred manufacturer if it is still available. If your preferred manufacturer is unavailable, we will contact you. 


Please send your C&R or FFL to ffl@rtifirearms.com along with your order number. Thank you for your business!

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1 review for Bodeo M1889, Fair to Good Condition, 10.35mm

  1. MarkBrandenburg (verified owner)

    Received a 1897 Glisenti Brescia in good condition.
    Bore has nice square rifling. No rattle or play in the action down to the extractor rod.
    And a added plus, revolver still had its external DeLouso safety hammer block mounted to side plate.
    Just need to figure out a plan to load some ammo.

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