.44 Percussion

A scarce and discontinued model Uberti .44 percussion revolving Model 1858 carbine. This unusual and hard–to-find carbine is in like-new condition. It features a 20-inch octagonal blued barrel with a dovetail-mounted rearsight. Caliber: 44 percussion. The stock appears to be either Southern European oak or olivewood with some contrasting gumwood visible on one side near the buttplate. (See photos.) Serial #: 6114X. This would make a great eye-catching centerpiece for your wall display of antique revolvers. American-made .45 Colt conversion cylinders are available via mail-order from a number of vendors for this Uberti model. (CKGC-398)

$1,275.00

A nearly-new brass-framed Navy Arms (Uberti) .44 M1851 Navt. 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)

$575.00

A nice stainless steel Pietta/Navy Arms 1858 New Model Army revolver with NO cylinder. The cylinder shown in the photos is NOT included.  (Note: I also have a stainless steel .45 Colt cartridge conversion cylinder available separately, for $219. But it must be ordered separately.)  This revolver has 8-inch octagonal barrel, and a brass triggerguard. Has a few handling marks, but is in overall excellent condition. Has smooth blond hardwood grips. Serial Number: 01660X.  As an incomplete percussion gun, NO FFL is required. (UEIH-339)

$450.00

An engraved stainless steel Euroarms of America  Rogers & Spencer .44 percussion replica with 7-1/2 inch octagon barrel. Serial Number: 01028X. This floral-engraved stainless steel revolver has apparently been “antiqued”, or possibly was just poorly stored.  This revolver appears to be just lightly-used–perhaps just test-fired. Known for their accuracy, these are quite popular in revolver target shooting competition in the North-South Skirmish Association.

 

$495.00

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)

 

$825.00

A beautiful, minty-condition Pietta Model 1860 .44 with a blued round 8″ barrel, blued and engraved cylinder, and a Brass/Color Case-Hardened frame. No box. This revolver appears to be new, with an un-turned cylinder.  Serial Number: 2947X.  As a blackpowder percussion Colt replica, no FFL is required.  This is a particularly minty example! (PFBK-337)

$525.00

An unusual floral-engraved stainless steel and brass Pietta  .44 M1851 Navy that has apparently been “antiqued”, or possibly was just poorly stored. Has an unusual  5-inch octagonal barrel. This .44 percussion revolver was of limited production with a brass frame and smooth walnut grips. The frame is notched for a shoulder stock. Serial Number: 40673X. The wedge shows shows some wear from re-assembly. Since it is a blackpowder percussion revolver,  no FFL is required. This would make a great blackpowder shooter. It is a classic little pocket cannon. (PBK-336)

$375.00

A scarce Ruger Old Army .44 percussion revolver, in stainless steel. This is a later production example variant with the desirable fixed sights and 5.5″ barrel length. Typical  “Post-warning” production. (It has the “Before Using Gun – Read Warnings in Instruction manual…” rollmark – in this case on the side of the barrel.) No box.  Made sometime circa 2008. Serial number: 148-1118X.  This blackpowder revolver appears unfired and is in nearly factory-new condition with no cylinder-turn line! Has just minor handling/shipping marks. The original walnut factory Ruger logo grips are in about perfect condition. Very few of these were made with th\e handy 5.5-inch barrel and the very desirable fixed (Colt-style) sights. Federally exempt. No FFL required. I also have a new-in-box .45 Colt conversion cylinder available, if legal in your state.  But it must be ordered separately.  This model was discontinued in 2009, and they are getting scarce and collectible. (EKBS-335)

$1,950.00

Pietta Remington 1858-replica brass frame .44 percussion revolver with blued-steel barrel and cylinder.  Made sometime post-2000. Serial number: 60822X.  This blackpowder revolver is in near-new condition with just a hint of a cylinder-turn line! The factory Italian hardwood grips are in nice condition. Standard 8.5-inch barrel with Remington-style post front sight. Has proof marks on frame and cylinder. Federally exempt. No FFL required. American-made .45 Colt conversion cylinders are available via mail-order from a number of vendors for this Pietta model.  All-in-all, a nice, affordably-priced cartridge-convertible percussion .44!  (EIES-042)

$425.00

A scarce Ruger Old Army .44 percussion revolver, stainless steel.  New in box!  “Post-warning” production. (It has the “Before Using Gun – Read Warnings in Instruction manual…” rollmark.) In original factory gray plastic box and properly-serialized brown shipping box with manual. Made sometime circa 2008. Serial number: 148-0552X.  This blackpowder revolver is in just about perfect factory-new condition with no cylinder-turn line! The original faux ivory (“Tru Ivory”) factory grips are in about perfect condition. Standard 7.5-inch barrel and the very desirable fixed (Colt-style) sights. Federally exempt. No FFL required. I also have a new-in-box .45 Colt conversion cylinder available, if legal in your state.  But it must be ordered separately.  This model was discontinued in 2009, and they are getting scarce and collectible. (EIES-042)

$2,250.00

A Ruger Old Army .44 percussion revolver, stainless steel.  Excellent condition.  “Post-warning” production. (It has the “Before Using Gun – Read Warnings in Instruction Manual…” rollmark.) In original factory properly-serialized yellow cardboard box with manual. Made sometime in the 1980s or early 1990s. Serial number: 145-3523X.  This blackpowder revolver is in excellent shape, with just a few very minor handling marks and a cylinder-turn line. The nipples are very clean — possibly un-fired! The original factory walnut grips with Ruger logos are in very nice shape. Standard 7.5-inch barrel and target adjustable sights. Federally exempt. No FFL required. I also have a new-in-box .45 Colt conversion cylinder available, if legal in your state.  But it must be ordered separately.  This model was discontinued in 2009, and they are getting scarce and collectible. (APKH-044)

$1,450.00

A Ruger Old Army .44 percussion revolver, stainless steel.  Excellent condition.  “Pre-warning” production. (It has no “Before Using Gun – Read Warnings in Instruction manual…” rollmark.) No box. Made in 1976, and barrel is rollmarked: “Made in the 200th Year of American Liberty.”  A low four-digit serial number: 561X.  This blackpowder revolver is in excellent shape, with just a few handling marks and a cylinder-turn line. It looks like it was test-fired only. The original grips are in very nice shape. Standard 7.5-inch barrel and target adjustable sights. Federally exempt. No FFL required. I also have a new-in-box .45 Colt conversion cylinder available, if legal in your state.  But it must be ordered separately.  This model was discontinued in 2009, and they are getting scarce and collectible. (AFSL-043)

$1,475.00

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