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Historic Boxed Pistol Sets - Wanted Tombstone27-312 DENIX
Our Price: $138.95

"Tombstone" Framed Set
Set features full-size, non-firing replica M1873 single action pistol with deluxe nickel finish, antiqued Tombstone Arizona poster, barnwood frame.

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

Overall Length:
Barrel Length: 4-3/4 "
Weight: 2 lb. 2 oz.

Collection is set a beautiful 17.5" x 14.5" barnwood frame.


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.

Historic Boxed Pistol Sets - Wanted Tombstone

This handsome Western set has an antiqued Tombstone Arizona poster declaring it, "unlawfully to carry concealed weapons", tacked to a barnwood frame. Set comes with full-sized replica, non firing USA M1873 pistol Calibre .45 single action revolver with 4.75" barrel. Action works! Spin the cylinders, cock the hammer and pull the trigger. Complete with wood grips and Nickel finish. Barnwood Frame measures 17.5" x 14.5". Total Weight: 5 lbs.

Tombstone is the most famous and most infamous mining town in America. Ed Schieffelin was told he would only find his tombstone in the land of the Apache in the San Pedro Valley. Thus, he named his first silver claim "Tombstone," and rumors of rich strikes made a boomtown of the settlement. Tombstone then became the name of the town which incorporated in 1881.

Days of lawlessness and violence, which nearly had then-President Chester A. Arthur declaring martial law in Tombstone and sending in military troops to restore order, climaxed with the infamous Earp-Clanton battle, fought near the rear entrance of the O.K. Corral, on October 26, 1881. Over the course of 7 years the mines produced millions of dollars in silver and gold before rising underground waters forced suspension of operations.

Having survived the Great Depression, removal of the county seat to Bisbee, and numerous city fires, Tombstone became known as the "Town Too Tough To Die."

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