The links that Gary provided are not the Curtis designs that A.P. Curtis built while at Hunter Arms as plant supervisor. Curtis' designs eliminate the knuckle and are the ones most often found in the collector market today, seldom as that is. My Parker Curtis try gun has been in private collections since 1915. Parker made try guns have been offered in auctions many times in the past few years, indicating that collectors do not value them as collectors items but only as profit makers. I have never seen a Lefever, Parker or Smith Curtis try gun offered at auction.
Last edited by eightbore; 02/17/18 07:32 PM.