Posted: 10/20/2008 8:18:32 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/24/2008 4:34:06 AM EDT by milspecwrench]
.44 cal blackpower, steel frame 1858 remington revolver,I got it used from the EE and I've had it for about a year, Thought I'd get into BP shooting but never found the time
This is from navy arms website,
1858 NEW MODEL ARMY, .44 CAL.
The stiffest competitor to Colt's 1860 Army, the New Model Army was one of the last percussion revolvers purchased by the U.S. Army. The solid frame design was considered to be superior to all other designs. The rigidity of the frame with the top strap enhances accuracy, making the 1858 replica the revolver of choice among N-SSA skirmishers. It features a blued steel frame and barrel, brass trigger guard and walnut stocks. Bbl. Length: 8"; O.A.L.: 14 1/4"; Weight: 2 lbs. 8 oz.; Rec. Ball Dia.: .451 R.B. Mod. No. PRR025 - $294.00
Asking 160.00 shipped,
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