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NEW MODEL ARMY REMINGTON-STYLE, .44 CAL
One of the stiffest competitors to Coltís 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.
STEEL 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY, .44 CAL
This version of the 1858 Remington replica has the same features as the standard model, but is constructed of durable, weather resistant stainless steel. Highly desirable for the active shooter.
Pistol is sold alone, not in boxed set.
1858 NEW MODEL ARMY, .44 CAL
The first true reproduction of the original 1858 Remington, the Deluxe Model is built to exact dimensions and specifications from the 19th Century Remington schematics.
It features a precision barrel with progressive rifling, windage adjustable front sight and a silver plated trigger guard. All steel construction.
This revolver is factory tuned and intended for the competitive shooter.
FRAME 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY, .44 CAL
This Remington replica features an attractive, highly polished brass frame.
AND SPENCER ARMY MODEL, .44 CAL
One of the strongest and most accurate revolvers of the Civil War period, the Rogers and Spencer was originally manufactured towards the end of the war in Utica, N.Y. It saw service as late as the Spanish-American war fighting Moro tribesmen in the Philippines.
This fine replica features all steel construction and hand rubbed walnut stocks.
AND BURR, .36 CAL
The Spiller and Burr was originally produced in Atlanta, Georgia between 1862 and 1864. The Confederacy ordered 15,000 revolvers, but the Atlanta factory was unable to make delivery. The C.S. government then purchased the company and moved it to the Macon Armory to continue production.
This replica of the classic Confederate revolver features a polished brass frame, blued octagonal barrel and walnut stocks.