.44 Percussion

A blued Pietta M1858 Remington replica .44 blackpowder revolver with 8″ hexagonal barrel and traditional front sight. This revolver is in excellent to like-new condition, with no signs of ever having been fired and just a very faint cylinder turn line. This is the variant with a sturdy steel frame, and equipped with a contrasting brass triggerguard. The latter is fading to pleasant mustard color, as seen on some original Remingtons. Conversion cylinders for .45 Colt are made by two different companies and are widely available.  (KLI-859)

$34.50 (PRE-1965)

A scarce brass frame Pietta M1858 Remington replica .44 blackpowder revolver with 12.1″ hexagonal barrel and squared-off target sights.  The frame is notched to accept detachable buttstock.  (Those are widely available.) This variant with the long barrel has not been produced or imported for many years, and they are much sought-after. This revolver has numerous parallel dings from use on both sides, in front of and behind the loading ram pivot. (See photos.) Otherwise, it is in nice condition.  This should make a great shooter.  Conversion cylinders for .45 Colt are made by two different companies and are widely available. Also included is a Triple K russet leather holster in very nice condition that fits this revolver well. (LUC-858)

$33.75 (PRE-1965)

A now fairly scarce cased minty-condition United States Historical Society limited edition engraved Colt .44 Dragoon Royal Armories percussion revolver. It is in its original hardwood display case including a powder flask, bullet mold, primer tin, and nipple wrench. This is a nice pristine replica of the hefty Second Model Colt Dragoon. The engraved panel scene of “double eagles” (US Historical Society official logo) on left side of frame and the scroll engraving typical of early Colt revolvers. This gun is marked on the top barrel flat: “US HISTORICAL SOCIETY RICHMOND VA” and on left side of barrel: “THE ROYAL ARMORIES – H.M. TOWER OF LONDON”. These revolvers were originally sold by subscription for $2,250 each, in 1989. In a unique historical joint project, The Royal Armouries H.M. Tower of London authorized United States Historical Society in 1989 to produce and issue “The Royal Armouries Colonel Samuel Colt Dragoon” as a limited edition, to commemorate the Dragoon that was put on display at the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London. This gorgeous revolver is like-new retaining virtually all of its original finish with bright case colors, silver plating, and brilliant bright blue. Gun is mechanically perfect with a shiny crisp bore.  Serial # 10X. Only 200 of these were produced! (EPAR-851)

$95.00 (PRE-1965)

A nearly-new brass-framed Navy Arms (Uberti) replica of a Colt .44 Model 1860. Has a 7.5-inch blued round barrel.  Brass frame and smooth walnut grips. The cylinder has a nice sharp scene of a naval ship battle. The brass frame has been toned and is notched for a shoulder stock. Serial Number: 9029X. Has just minor handling and cylinder-turn marks. The wedge screw is absent. (Note: A standard blackpowder revolver wedge  screw, available inexpensively on eBay.) Includes a modern replica russet leather flap holster. Since it is a blackpowder percussion revolver,  no FFL is required. (PNIH-392)

$16.50 (PRE-1965)

A beautiful, big, hefty, and minty-condition Armi San Marco .44 Dragoon with a blued round 7.5″ barrel, blued and engraved cylinder, and a Brass/Color Case-Hardened frame. No box. The crisp cylinder engraving features “TEXAS ARMS” and crossed cannons. This revolver appears to be new, with an un-turned cylinder. Has just one small assembly scratch. The walnut grips show just slight handling marks. Serial Number: TD12X.  As a blackpowder percussion Colt replica, no FFL is required.  These are out of production, and getting scarce. This is a particularly minty example! (PFBK-338)


$24.00 (PRE-1965)

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