1851 Black Powder Navy Revolver .44 Cal Brass – Blued, by Traditions – FR18511 – Black Powder

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Distinguished by its octagon barrel and lever style loader, the Model 1851 helped to begin both the expansion of the West and the Civil War. The 1851 Navy Revolver 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 a 7.375″ octagonal barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip. It is available in .44 caliber, weighs 2.5 lbs., and is 13.5″ in length.

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1851 Black Powder Navy Revolver .44 Cal Brass – Blued, by Traditions – FR18511 – Black Powder

The 1851 Black Powder Navy Revolvers are beautiful, combining high quality workmanship, with modern design features and all of the mystique of the Old West. Equally at home in a display case or on the range. Even though these are nice enough to be considered works of art, they are a tremendous, tough as nails highly functional firearm and one of the finest From the manufacturer.

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 7.375″ octagonal barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip. It is available in .44 caliber, weighs 2.5 lbs., and is 13.5″ in length. Item #FR18511 Note – Black Powder firearms are generally considered Primitive Weapons and most, including these, do not require an FFL for purchase. However, their are certain restrictions ( see some listed below ) from state to state. Please check your local laws before ordering. Also, Please make no mistake. These are full functioning firearms and should be handled using the same protective safety measures as any other firearm. WARNING: Black powder firearms cannot be shipped to New Jersey, New York City, Illinois, Michigan, or Canada. For all other states, please review your state and local laws before ordering. Additionally Traditions Firearms is not responsible for typographical errors in pricing and reserve the right to change pricing at any time.

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 7.375″ octagonal barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip. It is available in .44 caliber, weighs 2.5 lbs., and is 13.5″ in length.

1851 Navy Black Powder Revolver Features:

  • .44 Caliber
  • 7.375″ Blued Octagonal Barrel
  • Brass Guard
  • Walnut Grip
  • Brass Frame
  • Hammer/Blade Sights
  • Overall Length: 13.5″
  • Weighs 2.5 pounds
Weight4 lbs
Dimensions12 × 14 × 11 in
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