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Colt classic, used extensively in the Civil War. This piece replicates the original in size, weight and appearance, and the parts function much like the original, even replicating the pivot action for reloading. However, parts cannot be interchanged or the replica made to fire ammunition

length 14.5 inches

£90.00
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The 1869 First Model American Army revolver had a hinged frame that opened to reveal the end of the cylinder and an automatic ejection system for faster reloading of the newly developed metallic cartridges. The gun has a great association with the Cowboy era of the American West. This non-firing replica has the originals single action mechanism and top break loading mechanism

Overall Length: 14 1/8"
Weight: 2lbs 8oz
Barrell Length: 7 7/8

£105.00
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Lovely replica from the 'Old West' engraved brass design with ivory like grips, barrel opens up, working action but does not fire blanks
£49.50
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The engraved Navy revolver was a presentation piece given to high ranking military officers and government officials and was based on the military-issue 1851 Navy revolver, which saw service through the end of the Civil War. This non-firing version provides a dramatic illustration of the talents of the factory engravers of the period

Overall Length: 13 5/8"
Weight: 2lbs 1oz
Barrell Length: 7 3/8"

£99.00
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(Product Ref #60688)
Made by the same gunsmiths who crafted the fabled Kentucky rifles, these late 18th/early 19th Century pistols were actually made in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland. The "Kentucky" name came as a result of the Battle of New Orleans, which was substantially won by two thousand riflemen from Kentucky, armed with the rifles and pistols that quickly became known by the name of their adoptive state. Famed for their accuracy, the pistols exhibited the clean, uncluttered lines of their rifle cousins
£79.50
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(Product Ref #79439)

The 1869 First Model American Army revolver had a hinged frame that opened to reveal the end of the cylinder and an automatic ejection system for faster reloading of the newly developed metallic cartridges. The gun has a great association with the Cowboy era of the American West. This non-firing replica has the originals single action mechanism and top break loading mechanism

Overall Length: 14 1/8"
Weight: 2lbs 8oz
Barrell Length: 7 7/8

£102.50
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(Product Ref #61112)

Orginally developed from the Henry rifle this rifle became famous for its rugged construction and lever-action breech mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term, "repeating rifle". The first model, the Model 1866, was nicknamed Yellow Boy because of its brass receiver.
The 1866 was only available in .44 caliber rimfire cartridge at first, and the more modern centerfire cartridges were added to the production line later
Quality replica only - does not fire blanks. Working action - lever cocks mechanism

Length: 39.5 inches
Weight: 6.6 lbs

£199.00
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(Product Ref #6115)
The name “Kentucky Rifle” is largely a misnomer - they were primarily made in Pennsylvania, although Maryland and Virginia gunsmiths contributed a fair share. The “Kentucky” name came about as a result of the Battle of New Orleans, which was substantially won by these rifles, in the hands of two thousand frontiersmen from Kentucky. While the design was influenced by the German Jaeger rifles and the slender English and French fowling pieces of the early 18th Century, the Kentucky is uniquely American
£199.99
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(Product Ref #79440)
£4.99
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