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Cimarron 1860 Army Cut For Stock Revolver

Price: $383.28

Availability: Out of stock

Product Number: OZCA040

Brand

Cimarron

UPC

814230011534

Mfg Part#

CA040

Description

Fully 127,156 of the 1860 Army model were sold to the U.S. government during the Civil War, making it the major revolver in use by the Union forces during our nation's bloodiest conflict. Produced from 1860-1873, the.44 caliber sixgun was produced in both military and civilian models, however the military version, with its 4-screw frame, and cutout recoil shield to allow fitting an attachable shoulder stock, accounted for over half of the entire production of 1860s. Combining much of the power of the earlier dragoons, but boasting improved ballistics, better balance, and a lighter two-pound, 11-ounce weight, as opposed to the dragoon's 4-plus pound weight. The 1860's streamlined styling of rounded contours, 8-inch round barrel, represented a distinct departure from the squared-edge profiles of Colt's earlier models, and the older model's hinged loading lever was replaced with the improved, so-called "creeping" (rack and pinion-style) lever. After the Civil War, the 1860 went on to serve for several years on the frontier until replaced by metallic cartridge revolvers. Cimarron offers a detail perfect replica of the early 1860 military models with the brass back strap and trigger guard, Standard Blue, Charcoal Blue, or Cimarron's Original Finish. The 1860 model was one of the all-time favorites of the mid-19th century!

Features:

  • Caliber: .44
  • Barrel Length: 8 in.
  • Style: Army; Frame Cut For Stock
  • Frame: Case Hardened T/G - B/S
  • Finish: Standard Blue / Charcoal Blue / Original Finish
  • Grip: 1 Piece Walnut
  • Overall Length: No
  • Weight: 2.66 Lbs.

Specifications

Manufacturer

Cimarron

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