• 1858 NEW ARMY REVOLVERS UBERTI More Detail

    1858 NEW ARMY REVOLVERS UBERTI

    $349.99 - $439.99$349.99 - $439.99

    The Remington Arms Company began production of 1858 New Army single-action revolvers, and 5 years later the revolver had gained a foothold. The 1858 New Army Revolvers feature blued or stainless steel frames & backstraps and brass triggerguards.  Barrels are 8 inches in length and are .44 caliber.  1858 cylinders are precisely machined for clean, precise nipple recesses and cylinder nothces.    

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  • 1848 DRAGOON 3RD MODEL REVOLVER UBERTI More Detail

    1848 DRAGOON 3RD MODEL REVOLVER UBERTI

    $419.99$419.99

    Dragoon revolvers evolved as improvements on the Colt Walker. Eli Whitney manufactured the first run of 1848 Dragoons for Samuel Colt. The Dragoon revolvers weighed less and had shorter cylinders and improved loading levers. The gunmakers continued to make small improvements that set each Dragoon model apart. The 3rd Model Dragoon Revolver features a case hardened frame, brass backstrap and a brass triggerguard.  Barrel is 7.5 inches in length and is .44 caliber.  Round trigger guard makes the 3rd Model distinctive.  Loading lever latch prevents the loading lever from falling during firing.

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  • 1847 WALKER REVOLVER UBERTI More Detail

    1847 WALKER REVOLVER UBERTI

    $429.99$429.99

    The story of this single action black powder revolver began the same day that the Alamo fell in 1836. That’s when Samuel Colt began production of a revolving-cylinder pistol at his Paterson, New Jersey, factory. The 1847 Walker revolver was enthusiastically received by the Rangers of the newly independent Republic of Texas. The reputation earned by the formidable 1847 Walker revolver is what ensured gunmaker Samuel Colt’s success. The 1847 Walker Revolver features a case hardened frame, steel backstrap and a brass triggerguard.  Barrel is 9 inches in length and is .44 caliber.  Loading lever and latch are conveniently located near the muzzle.  Loading cutouts on the cylinder make for easy, secure seating of percussion caps.

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  • 1860 ARMY REVOLVERS UBERTI More Detail

    1860 ARMY REVOLVERS UBERTI

    $349.99 - $359.99$349.99 - $359.99

    The Army Black Powder Revolvers all evolved between 1851 and 1862 from one model originally designed by Colt. The 1860 Army Revolvers feature case hardened frames, steel backstraps and brass triggerguards.  Barresl are 8 inches in length and are .44 caliber. The 1860 Army is available with or without a fluted cylinder.  To seat black powder loads in the cylinder of the single-action army and navy revolvers, the loading lever is freed from the latch and pulled downward. This causes the ramrod to move through the frame and ram the load home.

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  • 1851 NAVY-OVAL TG REVOLVER UBERTI More Detail

    1851 NAVY-OVAL TG REVOLVER UBERTI

    $339.99$339.99

    The Navy Black Powder Revolvers all evolved between 1851 and 1862 from one model originally designed by Colt. By the start of the Civil War, Colt had refined the Navy into a sleek, streamlined weapon with an improved loading lever. The 1861 Navy is often acclaimed as Colt’s most handsome pistol. The 1851 Navy Oval Trigger Guard Revolver features a case hardened frame, brass backstrap and a brass triggerguard.  Barrel is 7.5 inches in length and is .36 caliber.  The frame cutout in the rear of the cylinder allows easy access to teh nipples for seating percussion caps.  To seat black powder loads in the cylinder of the single-action army and navy revolvers, the loading lever is freed from the latch and pulled downward. This causes the ramrod to move through the frame and ram the load home.

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  • 1858 NEW ARMY TARGET CARBINE UBERTI More Detail

    1858 NEW ARMY TARGET CARBINE UBERTI

    $599.99$599.99

    The Remington Arms Company began production of 1858 New Army single-action revolvers, and 5 years later the revolver had gained a foothold. In the years following the Civil War, the black powder firearms maker also manufactured a carbine version of the 1859 New Army, called the 1858 Target Carbine, in smaller numbers. The 1858 New Army Revolver Carbine features a blued frame and a brass trigger guard and buttplate.  Barrel is 18 inches in length and is .44 caliber.   1858 cylinders are precisely machined for clean, precise nipple recesses and cylinder nothces.

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  • 1849 POCKER REVOLVERS UBERTI More Detail

    1849 POCKER REVOLVERS UBERTI

    $339.99 - $349.99$339.99 - $349.99

    Pocket Revolvers got the name because they fit easily into a coat pocket. Colt introduced the model as a black powder firearm for civilians. With the later introduction of the 1849 Wells Fargo Pocket Revolver and the 1849 Pocket .31 caliber pistols, Colt’s success in the civilian market was assured. The 1849 Pocket Revolvers feature case hardened frames, brass backstraps and brass triggerguards.  Barrels are 4 inches in length and are .31 caliber. These two models differ primarily in the loading lever, with standard 1849 having one, and the Wells Fargo having the lever absent.

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