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Wells Fargo & Company  single action revolver boxed set by Denix27-140 DENIX
Our Price: $124.99
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Wells Fargo & Company Boxed Set
Set features full-size, non-firing replica M1873 fast-draw nickel engraved single action revolver, replica 1871 "Wanted" poster, Wells Fargo badge in a handmade wood presentation box.

KEY FEATURES which include a Non-fireable design, functional lock mechanism, and accurate detailing
make this decorative replica a valued piece of American folk history.

REVOLVER SPECS:
Overall Length:
10-1/2"
Barrel Length: 4-3/4 "
Weight: 2 lb. 1 oz.

Collection is nestled into a custom foam mold with velvet-like finish inside a handmade presentation box measuring 12" x 6" x 2"



These deluxe non-firing models have been faithfully reproduced in weight, feel and handling characteristic of the rare and expensive originals. This perfect gift set comes assembled, ready for display in your home or office.

These classic model guns are made of zinc with polished wood stocks. They cannot withstand excessive misuse or dry-firing and cannot be disassembled.

Wells Fargo & Company  single action revolver boxed set by Denix

WELLS FARGO & COMPANY BOXED SET
Old West Wells Fargo boxed set includes a replica 1871 "Wanted" poster issued by Wells, Fargo & Co. for a $2,000 reward for the COTTONWOOD stage robbery that took place on August 21, 1871. Included is a metal replica Wells Fargo Special Agent Lawman pin back badge with American Eagle.

Enjoy the reproduction full-size, non-firing, Model 1873 Peacemaker nickel engraved single action revolver which rests in a foam insert with a red faux velvet finish. Museaum quality revolver model cannot fire or be made to fire live ammo and is completely safe. Working action and 25 moving parts, weighs and looks like the originals. Do not dry fire.

The Single-Action Revolver was produced in many forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totaling some 350,000 pieces. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the Frontier Six Shooter were popularized. By the mid-1880s the gun became the standard side arm for the army and was referred to as the Single - Action Army Revolver. Many civilian models have been superbly engraved and / or plated in precious metals over the revolver’s lifetime. The series presented here replicates some of the styles of decoration used on Western (4 inch barrel) and Cavalry (7 inch barrel) guns.

     
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