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Traditions 1851 Colt Navy .44Cal Black Powder Revolver(303546)
Traditions 1851 Colt Navy .44Cal Black Powder Revolver - This fine reproduction of the Colt captures the original design. The authenticity is precise, from walnut grips to color case-hardened loading lever. Its cylinder carries the same engraving pattern
Traditions 1851 Colt Navy .44Cal Black Powder Revolver - Traditions Performance Firearms has the most extensive line of muzzleloading rifles, pistols and revolvers for the blackpowder hunter and the serious collector. We carry quality, long-lasting muzzleloading weapons ranging from modern bolt-action rifles to authentic replicas of colonial and pre-colonial weapons.
We have developed and fine-tuned every piece of our muzzleloaders to give the hunter every advantage in the field. Our ignition systems are tested in the most inclement weather to assure consistent firing under all conditions. Sights are designed for accuracy in normal or low light conditions. Different stocks can be configured for camo or custom looks without the custom price!
For the collector, we've paid keen attention to every detail to maintain authenticity and quality. From the detailed rifle receiver engravings to single-shot pistol designs with double triggers, nothing is overlooked.
This fine reproduction of the Colt captures the original design. The authenticity is precise, from walnut grips to color case-hardened loading lever. Its cylinder carries the same engraving pattern as the original.
- .44 Caliber
- 7.375in Blued Octagonal Barrel
- Brass Guard
- Walnut Grip
- Steel Color-Case Hardened Frame
- Top Strap/Post Sights
- Overall Length: 13.5in
- Weighs 2.5 pounds
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No such thing as a Navy .44cal. Colt Navy revolvers were .36cal, Colt Army was a .44cal.
.36 Cal revolvers were call Navy and .44cal revolvers were called Army during this time period.
This gun feels great in my hand and it is made tough. It is better than I thought for the money. It is balanced just right and looks exactly like the pic. Havent shot it but reviews say its accurate. Just my thoughts.
This weapon is just what I was looking for. I am so very pleased with equalizer.
This is really a Colt Army replica, but Traditions put a naval scene on the cylinder. Might as well buy the Traditions Army, and be more authentic. It's a reasonable price for a black-powder gun, and with the steel frame, it should last quite awhile.
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