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8 months ago
Regarded as Colt's perfection of the cap & ball revolver, the 1860 Army was designed around the lightweight frame of the 1851 Navy, but chambered for the more powerful .44-caliber ball. The first models featured fluted cylinders, while later models incorporated a belted cylinder for greater strength. Another improvement was the improved "creeping" loading lever that increased leverage and provided for easier loading. Over 129,000 were issued to Union troops during the Civil War, and the 1860 Army is still considered perhaps the ultimate combat handgun of the percussion era.
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23 months ago
The 1858 Remington was one of the major side arms of the Civil War and was the last of the Remington percussion revolvers to be manufactured. This gun features a tapered octagon barrel, steel frame, brass trigger guard, 6-shot cylinder, fixed sights and two-piece walnut grips. Howell Conversion Cylinders (sold separately) are for use with steel frame revolvers only.  Features - Tapered octagonal barrel - Major Civil War side arm - Different finishes and barrel lengths MPN#: 494314 UPC#: 037084410005 341000
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MidwayUSA 5617
24 months ago
The 1858 Remington was one of the major side arms of the Civil War and was the last of the Remington percussion revolvers to be manufactured. This gun features a tapered octagon barrel, steel frame, brass trigger guard, 6-shot cylinder, fixed sights and two-piece walnut grips. Howell Conversion Cylinders (sold separately) are for use with steel frame revolvers only. Features Tapered octagonal barrel Major Civil War side arm Different finishes and barrel lengths Product Information Finish Blue Black Powder Caliber 44 Caliber Capacity 6 Barrel Length 5.5 Inches
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MidwayUSA 387
36 months ago
Item # WX2-593844 Mfg. Number: 340050 UPC: 037084400501 Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1851 Navy London Steel .36 Black Powder Revolver. Salute to the Old West legend! This is it... THE revolver of the West, as carried by Wild Bill Hickok, "Doc" Holliday, Robert E. Lee and gold prospectors, frontiersmen, bandits and lawmen of all stripes! Boasting a number of improvements over the Dragoon Revolver on which it was modeled - including a lighter weight and simplified mechanics - the 1851 Navy became Colt®'s first real "hit" in the civilian market.
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86 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1860 Army Steel Frame Fluted Cylinder .44 Black Powder Revolver. Own a piece of Civil War history! This .44 caliber revolver was born of technological advances in metallurgy and, to some degree, in response to a demand for hard hitting, powerful firearms that could somehow be more sleek and lightweight than the old Dragoons. The Colt 1860 Army calls to mind power, balance and beauty. Considered a trophy on the battlefields of the Civil War, this gun saw much use on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line.
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86 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1851 Navy London Steel .36 Black Powder Revolver. Salute to the Old West legend! This is it... THE revolver of the West, as carried by Wild Bill Hickok, "Doc" Holliday, Robert E. Lee and gold prospectors, frontiersmen, bandits and lawmen of all stripes!
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93 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction 1847 Colt® Walker .44 Cal. Black Powder Revolver. A fine tribute to the revolver that made Samuel Colt a household name! Designed in collaboration with Capt. Samuel Walker of the Texas Rangers, Samuel Colt's 1847 Walker Revolver became one of the most feared weapons of the West. Its 60 grain charge was more than double that of any other revolver, granting the 1847 Walker enough stopping power to bring down a horse.
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93 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Remington® 1858 New Army Stainless Steel .44 Black Powder Revolver is a gorgeous tribute to the legendary six-shooter! With accuracy and power that rivaled its Colt® counterparts... and, more importantly, a quick-release cylinder that made it quicker and easier to reload... the Remington 1858 New Model Army Revolver became an instant hit.
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