Built on same frame as the original 1858 New Army .44 caliber revolver
Identical to the American Civil War revolver
Six-shot cylinder just like 1858 model
Polished brass trigger guard and buttplate
Used by Union officers and scroungers during the American Civil War, this .44-caliber revolving carbine is built on the same frame as the original 1858 New Army Remington Revolver. Extremely rare in its original form. Six-shot cylinder. Blued-steel frame and octagonal barrel. Polished brass trigger guard and buttplate. Walnut stock. Stock finish: Walnut. Barrel length: 18". Overall length: 35". Weight: 4.5 lbs.