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Traditions FR185117 Revolver 44 Black Powder 7.375" Hammer/Blade Simulated Ivory Stk Traditions Performance Firearms produces some of the best black powder firearms and accessories on the market today. They take pride in the products the produce and apply a 'whole gun' approach to design and engineering. Each model is equipped with the right mix of new innovation and practical features to ensure the success of your shooting and hunting experience. Make Traditions a part of your next hunt!
The Traditions 1851 Navy is an excellent reproduction of the Civil War era black powder revolver carried by officers and cavalry! Soldiers on both sides of the conflict relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. The Colt 1851 Navy is a cap and ball revolver originally designed by Samuel Colt that's distinguished by its octagon barrel and lever style loader. It facilitated the expansion of the West and is commonly considered to be one of "Wild Bill" Hickok's favorite handguns! This revolver features beautifully intricate engraving, with a synthetic simulated ivory grip and a 7.375" octagonal barrel. The nickel barrel, frame, and guard, are produced with Traditions state of the art manufacturing processes. Embrace the rich heritage and history of the 1851 Navy Revolver with this fantastic Traditions reproduction!
Specifications and Features: Traditions 1851 Navy Engraved FR185117 Black Powder Revolver .44 Caliber 7.375" Octagonal Barrel Percussion Cap Ignition Nickel Barrel Guard and Frame Construction Hammer/Blade Sights Synthetic Simulated Ivory Grips Nickel Finish Overall Length 13.5" Weight 2.7 Pounds
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