Police & Law Enforcement
Black powder/muzzleloader type:
Break-action and single shot
Strike it rich! Just like gold-seekers, called "Forty-niners," did during the California Gold Rush (1848–1855) when gleaming gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California. That find led to a period of feverish migration of workers into the area, seeking dramatic discovery of gold to get rich. Now you can own this fast-handling and accurate 1862 Police Sheriff Model, patterned after the original 1851 Navy .36 cal. Black Powder Pistol that helped settle the Old West. As you might guess, this revolver was used to settle disputes, protect gold mine claims and ensure "justice" in a lawless land. Right now, it's like finding gold for classic-gun enthusiasts. You can save a HUGE amount, due to a Close-Out!
.36 cal. Black Powder Pistol
The deluxe cradle a fine gun deserves. Rich wood grain and red velveteen lining. 9 1/ 4 x 18 1/ 4 "l., with 1 thick layer of cushioning foam. Smooth hinges and 2 key-locking latches. Glass top to see the beauty, and pre-drilled mounting holes if you'd like to wall mount. Add 3-initial engraving for just $5 more.
The handsome, convenient way to both display and load your cap & ball Pistol. The grip rests securely in the wooden base, with felt-lined supports on the backstrap. Support collapses for compact storage.