This circa 1840 six-shot percussion pistol was originally developed in London. Technically, it was not a 'revolver', because the multiple barrels and the receiver rotated together. Though this pistol saw action during the American Civil War, it was more commonly used underneath the poker tables of frontier saloons in the Old West. Our replicas have a mechanically revolving barrel with working firing action and wood grips. 8.5" long.
#22-1071 Pewter finish, wood grip
#22-5071 Brass finish, black barrel, wood grip
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