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1860 Army & Army Sheriff Steel

1860 Army & Army Sheriff Steel
1860 ARMY STEEL

The 1860 Model is another of the historical Model revolvers. It saw extensive action in the Civil War and beyond. It was distinctive for its round 8" barrel and its powerful .44 caliber stopping power. The blank firing replica version is available with a steel frame as illustrated.

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BGP-1860AS
CASE HARDENED AND BLUE STEEL
BRASS BACK STRAP & TRIGGER GUARD
.380 CALIBER BLANK

These Civil War Replicas may not be disassembled. There is a hardened steel pin that goes thru the wedge, and into the cylinder, so it is impossible to take apart. For cleaning, you can use a spray gun lube or cleaner and brush.

Manufactured to appear authentic, they CANNOT BE ALTERED TO FIRE LIVE AMMUNITION.

These blank firing revolvers are designed for the cylinder to line up in first position, only, for loading and unloading so the blank ammo will not fall out, even though the revolver does not have a loading gate.
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$300.00
BGP-1860ASS
CASE HARDENED AND BLUE STEEL
BRASS BACK STRAP & TRIGGER GUARD
.380 CALIBER BLANK

These Civil War Replicas may not be disassembled. There is a hardened steel pin that goes thru the wedge, and into the cylinder, so it is impossible to take apart. For cleaning, you can use a spray gun lube or cleaner and brush.

Manufactured to appear authentic, they CANNOT BE ALTERED TO FIRE LIVE AMMUNITION.

These blank firing revolvers are designed for the cylinder to line up in first position, only, for loading and unloading so the blank ammo will not fall out, even though the revolver does not have a loading gate.
$300.00