1860 Army Case Hardened Black Powder Pistol - Accurate Replica, Casehardened Steel Frame, .44 Caliber, 8” Barrel
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Expected Arrival: 10/15/2021
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21 BK5308 is backordered and is expected by: 10/15/2021
- The 1860 Army Model .44 caliber became one of the most popular cap-and-ball, single-action revolvers ever made
- It has a color, case-hardened steel frame with an 8” blued barrel and genuine walnut grips, plus, a brass trigger guard
- The historical reproduction black powder pistol is 13 3/4” in overall length
- Must be 21 years of age. Signature required upon delivery
This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: IL, NJ, NY, MI
One of the last models produced by Col. Colt before his death was the 1860 Army Model .44 caliber, built using the new steel-silver alloy discovered in his plants and it became one of the most popular cap-and-ball, single-action revolvers ever made. It was a mainstay in the Civil War, as well as, the weapon of choice for Texas gunfighter John Wesley Hardin and other gunmen. This replica 1860 Army .44-Caliber Black Powder Pistol boasts a brass trigger guard, color case-hardened steel frame, round barrel and walnut grips.
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