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SKU: 10203

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Originally manufactured in 1873. Features a 4 3/4 barrel working action and polished wood grips.


SKU: 10209

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This model commemorates the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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M1873 OLD WEST FAST DRAW SIX-SHOOTERNobleWares Image of M1873 Single action Fast Draw Six shooters 10203 and 10209 by Replicart BY REPLICART
Choose between wood grips of our standard edition (10203) or engraved simulated silver grips, gold cylinder and accents of the Deluxe Commemorative edition (10209). Both are non-firing replicas of the famous Caliber .45 single action revolver with 4.75" barrels and each measuring 10.5 "inches overall. Our deluxe edition commemorates the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Simulated silver grips are engraved with scenes of the battle and is dated 25 June 1876. Functional lock mechanism, and accurate detailing make these decorative replicas a valued piece of American Western history. And the actions work! Open the loading chambers, spin the cylinders, cock the hammer and pull the triggers!
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Barrel Length: 4 3/4"
Overall Length: 10 1/2"
Material: Cast Metal & Zinc Alloys
Handle Material: Wood & Sim Silver

Note: You must 18 years of age or older to purchase this pistol. The screw heads are molded into the metal and cannot be removed nor made to fire real ammunition. These models cannot withstand misuse or excessive dry-firing.

The Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totaling about 350,000 pieces. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popularized. Used by legends like Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickock, Pat Garret and Bat Masterson it was also the weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century. These non-firing versions have a functional lock mechanisms, with a revolving cylinders and working ejector systems.
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