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Colt Navy

51Navy Revolver Carbine M1860 M1860 Cartridge 61Navy

345 GBP  /  $425 USD  /  399 Euros


Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

with Real Wood Grips

Serial Number : 3041


This is a superb replica of the Colt M1851 Navy.

Made from heavyweight abs & zinc alloy parts has a metal look and cold to the touch.

Very hefty weighing in just over 1kg.  

Barrel Length : 7 1/2in

Real Wood Grips

Very nicely detailed with matching serial numbers.

No visible makers name,  only COLT.

In new condition / unused.   Rare chance to purchase this superb replica which is no longer produced

Includes original box, original instructions, 1 nipple removal wrench. 6 percussion containers for which a 5mm cap fits in (for a loud bang!)  PFC caps not included.

Open Barrel for venting

Strips down like the real thing !

UK Customers:  This is VCRA Exempt.  Just need to be over 18yrs old to purchase

Note:  Price is for one Colt 51 Navy

We ship internationally.  Any questions please let us know:  sales@mg-props.co.uk

PFC Primer caps:    9.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are needed to make the bang and smoke!

Brief info on the COLT 51Navy

Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver

In 1850, Colt began manufacturing a .36 caliber, 6-shot revolver that would continue to be produced for the next twenty-three years - the Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver. During that span, 215, 348 pistols were produced in Hartford, Connecticut and 42,000 were produced in London, England, a total production of more than a quarter of a million revolvers!. This model was carried by Robert E. Lee as the Confederate Commanding General.

Colt Navy Revolvers were the favourite sidearms of dozens of historical figures during it's production life, including John Singleton Mosby, Wild Bill Hichcock as the Sheriff of Abilene and Buffalo Bill Cody. Numerous variations of the Navy revolver exist, and most of today's reproductions copy the design of the Second and Third Model Colt Navy Revolver. The second Model had a small, round trigger guard, and the third had a larger round trigger guard.

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