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1847 Colt Walker Revolver, reproduction customized to a Belly Gun

Colt Model 1860 Army "Belly Gun" Percussion Revolver

Colt Army revolver Made by Colt’s Patent Firearm Manufacturing Co. and modified into a balley gun. cap and ball six-round rebated cylinder, single action, custom bird’s head grip, about half an inch of barrel.

classic Texas Ranger Backup Guns

Desperate gunmen and savvy lawmen, the snub-nose revolver remains one of the most famous backup guns of the Old West's Texas Rangers.

Product detail of Pietta 1860 Army Snub Nose Steel Frame Black Powder Revolver with Checkered Thunderer Grips 3" Barrel Blue

Product detail of Pietta 1860 Army Snub Nose Steel Frame Black Powder Revolver with Checkered Thunderer Grips Barrel Blue

1858 Remington New Army,barrel & loading lever shortened, and grip rounded

1858 Remington New Army,barrel & loading lever shortened, and grip rounded

Colt Walker Percussion Revolver, serial no. 1017 . Designer: Captain Samuel Hamilton Walker (American, died 1847)  Dimensions: L. 15 1/2 in. (39.37 cm); L. of barrel, 9 in. (22.86 cm); Cal., .44 in. (11 mm)

Colt Walker Percussion Revolver, serial no. Designer: Captain Samuel Hamilton Walker (American, died Dimensions: L. of barrel, 9 in.

Extremely Rare Documented Colt Model 1877 "Thunderer" Ejectorless Revolver with Extremely Rare 1 1/2 Inch Barrel with Factory Letter Cal 41 Long Colt

Extremely Rare Documented Colt Model 1877 "Thunderer" Ejectorless Revolver with Extremely Rare 1 Inch Barrel with Factory Letter Cal 41 Long Colt

Quite the Beast, snub nosed 1858 New Army Remington revolver, converted to cartridge, with modified handle and grip.

One ugly custom job on this reproduction Remington--shortened barrel, modified grip, modern sights and Kirst Konverter cylinder. One butt ugly gun!

Robert E. Lee's 1851 Navy Colt carried throughout the War.

General Robert E Lee's 1851 Navy Colt, carried throughout the War.

Moore’s Patent Revolver

Moore’s Patent Revolver - A popular private purchase during the Civil War, Moore…

Identified Nickel-plated Model 1860 Colt Richards Conversion Revolver, c. late 19th century, serial number 198266, walnut grip, plated backstrap marked N.M. Nolan U.S.A., side of plated steel frame marked COLTS PATENT, triggerguard marked 44 CAL, steel cylinder has some remaining scene left, top of barrel marked ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA. Estimate $5,500-6,000

Identified Nickel-plated Model 1860 Colt Richards Conversion Revolver, c.

Civil War Era Factory Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy "Belly Gun" Revolver

Civil War Era Factory Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy "Belly Gun" Revolver
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