Authentic, Non-Firing Replicas of Classic Old West Guns
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This cut-down version of the famous Coach Shotgun was a favorite with bartenders throughout the Old West.
First manufactured in 1849, this pocket pistol became the best seller of all time for Samuel Colt.
Fancy engraved Navy revolvers were often given as gifts to high ranking military officers and government officials. Our non-firing replicas are typical of those "presentation pieces", and provide a dramatic illustration of the talents of the factory engravers of that period.
#22-1259G - Pewter
#22-1259L - Nickel/Black
Silver- & Gold-tone Engraved
Nickel & Gold-tone Engraved
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#22-1262L. - Best-known and most popular of the double-barreled derringers. .
#22-1114 Black with wood stock
#47-8652 Antique silver, wood grip
Both the receiver and the barrel rotated in this unique percussion 'revolver', which saw action in the Civil War and the saloons of the western frontier.
1873 SAA .45 'Six-Shooter' - Frontier Style
The 1873 .45 caliber, Single Action Army "Frontier" model revolver has a slightly longer barrel at 5.5 inches than the "quick draw" model. Available in three finishes with wood grips: black, nickel and gunmetal grey. Cylinder spins, hammer cocks and you can pull the trigger.
The rusty patina on these antiqued spurs make them a great companion piece to display with a vintage Old West pistol or rifle.
$41.95 + shipping
Old West Revolvers
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Modeled after a fancy presentation model that was a gift to Custer commemorating his service in the Civil War. Also available in nickel-only finish.
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