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1836 PATERSON, .36 CAL.


Originally manufactured in Paterson, New Jersey by the Patent Arms Manufacturing Company, the Model 1836 was the first successful revolver.

This faithful replica of Sam Colts “five shooter” features a cylinder which is roll engraved with a scene of a stagecoach holdup. The hidden trigger drops when the hammer is cocked.

All steel construction with walnut stock. Loading tool included.
Bbl. Length: 9"
O.A.L.: 13 1/2"
Rec. Ball Dia.: .375 R.B.
Weight: 2 lbs. 11 oz.
Model #CRP800

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1847 WALKER DRAGOON, .44 CAL.


The most powerful handgun of its day, the 1847 Walker was the most revered of all the early “six shooters”.

Designed by the legendary Texas Ranger Capt. Samuel H. Walker and his old friend Sam Colt, the 1847 Dragoon saw extensive service during the war with Mexico. The huge Colt with its tremendous stopping power continued to be the favorite of the Rangers fighting Apache and Comanche war parties.

The barrel and the cylinder of this reproduction are finished in a deep lustrous blue.

The frame, loading lever, hammer and trigger feature rich color case hardening.
Bbl. Length: 9"
O.A.L.: 16"
Rec. Ball Dia.: .457 R.B.
Weight: 4 lbs. 11 oz.
Model #PRC100

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FIRST MODEL DRAGOON, .44 CAL.


Between 1847 and 1860 Colt manufactured around 20,000 Dragoon revolvers in three variations, the First, Second and Third Model. Although they were replaced by the newer 1851 and 1860 Model Colts, the Dragoons were used extensively during the Civil War and the Old West era.

An improved version of the 1847 Walker, the First Model has a shorter barrel and cylinder. This replica features polished blued cylinder and barrel, case hardened frame, brass square back trigger guard and backstrap, and a walnut stock.
Bbl. Length: 7 1/2"
O.A.L.: 13 3/4"
Rec. Ball Dia.: .457 R.B.
Weight: 4 lbs. 11 oz.
Model #PRC300

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THIRD MODEL DRAGOON, .44 CAL.


Same basic specifications as the First Model, the Third Model differs with its oval trigger guard and the later pattern cylinder stop.
Bbl. Length: 7 1/2"
O.A.L.: 13 3/4"
Rec. Ball Dia.: .457 R.B.
Weight: 4 lbs. 11 oz.
Model #PRC400

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1858 NEW MODEL ARMY REMINGTON-STYLE, .44 CAL.


One of the stiffest competitors to Colt’s 1860 Army, the Remington New Model Army was one of the last percussion revolvers purchased by the U.S. Army.

The solid frame design of the Remington was considered to be superior to the Colt. The rigidity of the frame with the top strap enhances accuracy, making the 1858 Remington replica the revolver of choice among N-SSA skirmishers.

It features a blued steel frame and barrel, brass trigger guard and walnut stocks.
Bbl. Length: 8"
O.A.L.: 14 1/4"
Rec Ball Dia: .451 R.B.
Weight: 2 lbs. 8 oz.
Model #PRR025

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