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Traditions Black Powder 1851 Navy .44 Revolver - FR18511
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Traditions Black Powder 1851 Navy .44 Revolver - FR18511

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SKU 792584
Brand Traditions Performance Firearms
Model Number FR18511
UPC 040589185118
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Product Details

Details

  • Series/Collection: Black Powder 1851 Navy
  • Action: Single
  • Caliber/Gauge: 44 Cal
  • Sight: Hammer/Blade
  • Grip Type: Walnut
  • Barrel Material: Steel
  • Frame Material: Brass
  • Barrel Finish: Blue
  • Barrel Length: 7-3/8"
  • Overall Length: 13-1/2"
  • Weight: 2.5 lb
  • Barrel Type: Octagonal
  • Guard Material: Brass
  • Ignition: #11 Percussion

Features

Union Army soldiers 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. Revolvers were typically issued to officers and mounted soldiers, however some were purchased privately or found on the battlefield by infantrymen. Distinguished by its octagon barrel and lever style loader, the 1851 helped to begin both the expansion of the West and the Civil War. The 1851 Navy is commonly considered to be one of gunfighter "Wild Bill" Hickok's favorite handguns. The British government licensed the manufacturing rights and produced what is commonly known as the London Model. This revolver features an 7-3/8 inches octagonal barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip.

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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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