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A loaded and capped ’58 Remington is as formidable a handgun as you will find. There are no compromises with this Civil War era technology weapon.

Civil War/Old West era - A loaded and capped Remington is as formidable a handgun as you will find. There are no compromises with this Civil War era technology weapon.

The Spencer Rifle was the advanced technology that changed the direction of the Civil War.  Its cartidge firing 7 shot repeater carbine and rifle helped turn the tide of battle at Gettysburg.

The Spencer Rifle was the advanced technology that changed the direction of the Civil War. Its cartidge firing 7 shot repeater carbine and rifle helped turn the tide of battle at Gettysburg.

Scarce Remington Contract 3-Band Springfield Pattern 1863 Musket - Remington is believed to be one of only two makers to produce muskets that exactly followed the model 1863 Springfield specs. The other is the S Norris & WT Clements Made for Massachusetts musket. This Remington contract is a rare piece. The gun is in VG/Fine condition and has matching 1865 dates on the lock and barrel.

Scarce Remington Contract Springfield Pattern 1863 Musket - Remington is…

Spencer Lever-Action Repeating Carbine – Noted for its ability as a repeater, the GOTD was one of the more technologically advanced firearms of the Civil War. It used a state-of-the-art .56-56 rimfire metallic cartridge that loaded from the rear of the stock in a spring-loaded tubular magazine. The Spencer carbine was named after its inventor, Christopher Spencer, who was once employed by Samuel Colt.

Spencer Lever-Action Repeating Carbine- This was one of the more…

The 1858 Remington was one of the major side arms of the Civil War and was the last of the Remington percussion revolvers to be manufactured. Description from midwayusa.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

258917 FeaturesBlued Steel Frame, Cylinder and BackstrapBrass TriggerguardWalnut Grip (two-piece)Tapered octagonal barrel with left hand twist and seven.

Starr Civil War single action revolver. Starr Arms single action 1863 Army revolver. Manufactured in New York, these guns were of 44 caliber with 8 inch barrels and approximately 32,000 were made. Next to Colt and Remington products, the Starr single action was the major model of revolving handgun bought by the US government.

Starr Civil War single action revolver This is a good condition Starr Arms single action 1863 Army revolver. Manufactured in New York, these guns were of 44 caliber with 8 inch barrels and approximately were made.

Gun Test: Classic Civil War Rifles & Revolvers - Guns of the Old West

From classic Colts and Remingtons to the cal Starr revolver, these warhorses where used by Confederate and Union troops in the Civil War.

Colt 1873 "Peacemaker", single-action revolver. The traditional Western firearm.

Colt Single Action Army

The traditional Western firearm and classy looking to boot.

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – 1864, was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a .36 caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates. (Cullen Bohannon's gun on Hell on Wheels).

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Remington 1858 New Model Army Cap & Ball, engraved by Chris Malouf (Completed in August, // One of my favorite Revolvers!

Remington Model 1858 New Model Army .44 Cartridge Conversion Revolver.

Remington Model 1858 New Model Army Cartridge Conversion Revolver - Antique

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