The Colt 1851 Navy is a cap and ball revolver produced from 1850 to 1873. This single-action six-shooter is most commonly chambered in 36 caliber, also known as Naval Caliber. Colt also produced a small number of Navy revolvers in 34 caliber, while just five models were produced in 40 caliber for testing by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Ordnance. With a size suitable for carrying in a belt holster, the 1851 Navy became popular among American military and civilians alike and also used by military forces across Europe, Asia, and Africa.
This Colt 1851 Navy Ulysses S Grant Commemorative is a six-shot black powder percussion revolver chambered for 36 caliber rounds. A 7.5-inch barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. The barrel and cylinder are blued steel, and the cylinder features some engraving. The frame, hammer, and the rest of the metal components of this special 1851 Navy is case hardened. Smooth walnut grips add an extra touch of class to this revolver. The display box comes loaded with tons of accessories, including a powder flask, bullet mold, and others. The key to the display box is missing from this package.
COLT BLACK POWDER PERCUSSION REPLICA MISSING KEY FOR DISPLAY BOX, DISPLAY BOX AND ALL ACCESSORIES INCLUDED
Caliber 36 CAL
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 7.5 BARREL
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