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Taylors & Company 1858 Remington Steel 8" .44 Revolver - 107A
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Taylors & Company 1858 Remington Steel 8" .44 Revolver - 107A

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SKU 792559
Brand Taylors and Company
Model Number 107A
UPC 839665004609
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Product Details

Details

  • Type: Striker Fire
  • Series/Collection: 1858 Remington Steel
  • Caliber/Gauge: 44 Cal
  • Capacity: 6
  • Sight: Dovetail Blade Front, Notch In Frame Rear
  • Grip Type: 2-Piece Walnut
  • Frame Material: Steel
  • Barrel Finish: Blue
  • Barrel Length: 8"
  • Overall Length: 13.38"
  • Weight: 2.82 lb
  • Barrel Type: Octagonal
  • Trigger Guard Material: Brass
  • Trigger Guard Finish: Blue
  • Stock Material: 2-Piece Walnut

Features

The Colt 1836 patent expired in 1857, and the next year, Remington introduced a solid-frame design that was both elegant and reliable. The 1858 Remington became so famous that it was the prevailing choice of military officers following the Civil War. Its full-frame design still makes it a top choice for black powder shooters today as the cylinder can be removed without taking the firearm completely apart, unlike the Colt models. The steel remington features a forged steel frame, brass triggerguard, octagonal barrel, dovetail front blade sight, walnut 2-piece grips, and a smooth cylinder with safety notches cut in the top. A conversion cylinder is available for this model that is a drop-in conversion to smokeless .45LC/.45Schofield (for the .44 model) and .38SP (for the .36 model) ammunition.

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All NFA Rules Apply.
These items are controlled by the U.S. Government and authorized for export only to the country of ultimate destination for use by the ultimate consignee or end-user(s) herein identified. They may not be resold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of, to any other country or to any person other than the authorized ultimate consignee or end-user(s), either in their original form or after being incorporated into other items, without first obtaining approval from the U.S. government or as otherwise authorized by U.S. law and regulations.
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