• F.A.P. 1858 REMINGTON TEXAS

F.A.P. 1858 REMINGTON TEXAS

Article:

Market types:

Civil

Black powder/muzzleloader type:

Yes

Revolver type:

Single Action

Caliber :

other

About Product

Action:    Single Action
Made in:    Italy 
Caliber:    44 
Barrel length:    8" 
Barrel finish:    Blued 
Barrel type:    Octagonal 
Pace of twist:    1 in 30" 
Edge material:    Brass 
Edge finish:    Brass 
By and large length:    14 3/5" 
Sights:    Front - Hunting 
Grip:    Walnut 
Weight:    44.09 oz. 
By and large length:    14 3/5" 

Initially delivered by Remington from 1863 to 1875, the 1858 New Model Army was a mechanically progressed plan which fused such highlights as a 'shut top' outline (presently standard on essentially all cutting edge pistols). Just the respected Colt 1860 Army gun saw more use than the New Model Army as an issue sidearm in the Civil War, with more than 100,000 model 1858 guns bought for military use during the War Between the States. At the point when the market predominance of Colt at the time is considered (due in no little part to the pervasiveness of prior military-arranged Colt plans, for example, the 1851 Navy) the prevalence of the 1858 New Model Army says a lot about its vanguard plan.

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