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Traditions 1858 Army Remington Brass .44Cal Black Powder Revolver

Traditions 1858 Army Remington Brass .44Cal Black Powder Revolver

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Traditions 1858 Army Remington Brass .44Cal Black Powder Revolver - Complete with authentic 8" barrel, brass trigger guard and fixed sights. The 1858 Remington New Army is both a beautiful collectors piece and a rugged side arm. Perfect for display and target

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Traditions 1858 Army Remington Brass .44Cal Black Powder Revolver - Complete with authentic 8" barrel, brass trigger guard and fixed sights. This revolver hits its mark every time. The 1858 Remington New Army is both a beautiful collectors piece and a rugged side arm. Perfect for display and target shooting.

  • .44 Caliber
  • 8in Blued Octagonal Barrel
  • Brass Guard
  • Walnut Grip
  • Brass Frame
  • Top Strap/Post Sights
  • Overall Length: 14.5in
  • Weighs: 2.75 pounds
  • Model: FR18581

Great pistol

4

I bought one of these to use hunting. Is a good stout pistol. I couldn't use it deer hunting because pistols need to be .50 caliber or above and with small game 40 caliber or below. I was allowed to use like a shotgun with shot. I used round balls sighting in, then used a mix of 7 shot and 6 shot to use squirrel hunting and got a pheasant on ground with it. I gave it almost five full stars as is only brass frame and can get much use from the more costing steel frame.

PA, USA

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Great Handgun

5

I've had this handgun for a numbers of months now and can find nothing I don't like about it.

Toledo, WA, USA

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Not good for hunting loads

1

I got this for deer hunting and hogs since it is 44 cal. well when you are firing 30 to 35 FFF grain loads it beats this gun apart ! The brass is too soft for firing a load large enough to generate velocity and energy to kill game. The gun started misfiring after just 50 rounds, it grew or stretched from the pounding it was getting from the firing. Gun would be fine for light target shooting only.

Winchester, Virginia

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