Holds the largest charge of any black-powder revolver
Color case-hardened steel frame
Brass trigger guard
Developed by Captain Samuel Walker and produced by Colt in 1847, the Walker Revolver was the largest gun manufactured by the company. It also held the largest powder charge of any black-powder revolver. Only about 1,000 of the originals were produced, making the Walker one of the most sought-after firearms by collectors. Color case-hardened steel frame. Brass trigger guard. Barrel length: 9". Overall length: 15-3/4". Weight: 4-1/4 lbs.