Color case-hardened frame, loading lever and hammer
Cylinder features detailed naval battle scene imagery
One of the most popular cap-and-ball pistols ever made, this revolver was a mainstay in the Civil War and the weapon of choice of Texas gunfighter John Wesley Hardin and other gunmen. This replica 1860 Army Revolver, .44-caliber boasts a color case-hardened frame, loading lever and hammer. There’s also a naval battle scene on the cylinder. Barrel length: 8". Overall length: 14". Weight: 2 lbs., 11 oz.