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Produced from 1851 till 1872. This particular revolver more than any other - historically symbolizes the early period of the Wild West. The Stagecoach the Oregon Trail, the Santa Fe Railroad, the Gold Rush, the Civil War - these are only a few of the great events at which the 1851 Navy was present on all sides. Reflected in it`s hard lines, perfect balance and precision timing are many of the grittiest battles ever fought.Even the engraving on the cylinder honoring the successful engagement of the Texas Navy with Mexican ships on May the 16th 1843 speaks of battles and the "winning" of the West.
|Length of Barrel:||5½" - 7½"|
|Overall Length:||bbl.7½ 13"|
|Weight:||bbl.7½ 2.61 lbs|
|Frame:||Forged steel and color case|
|Triggerguard:||Brass or Steel|
|Grip:||One piece walnut|