NEW, never used! The 1860 Colt revolver is one of the great historical Colt black powder revolvers. It saw extensive action in the Civil War and beyond. It is distinctive for its round barrel and its powerful .44 caliber stopping power. The Sheriff version features a 5 1/2" barrel, compared to the more common 8" barrel; authentic reproduction comes with a color case hardened steel frame and engraved cylinder. All parts are machined to the highest standards. -------- The 1860 Army took the place of the 3rd Model Dragoon and ranks third in the total number produced of the various Colt percussion handguns. Streamlined and downsized to become a holster pistol instead of a horse pistol. One piece grip with European walnut stock. Steel frame is color casehardened. Barrel is a blued, .44 caliber, 8", tapered round. 1 in 30" twist. Features a blued steel back strap, brass trigger guard, color casehardened loading lever and hammer. Cylinder is engraved w/naval scene. Cut for shoulder stock. Manufactured by Pietta/Italy in 2002. -------- See its big brother at Auction #11839896. ------ Balls for $5.50 per hundred and pre-lubed wads for $3.50 per hundred can be purchased from Robbie by e-mailing him for details at: firstname.lastname@example.org CALIBER .44, WEIGHT 2 LBS. 6 OZ., BARREL LENGTH 5 ½ INCHES, OVERALL LENGTH 11 INCHES.
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