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 General Custer's Colt 1861 Navy

Serial No# 13511



Marushin : Highly Engraved General Custer's Colt 1861 Navy with Wood Display Case

Highly engraved with wood display case

Display Model.  All moving parts,  operates. functions like the real thing!

Serial number 13511 (marked on barrel, frame and grip frame)

In very good condition throught

Weight: 680g

Abs + Metal Parts

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Brief info on General Custer

George Armstrong Custer, a U.S. cavalry officer who served with distinction in the American Civil War, is better known for leading more than 200 of his men to their deaths in the notorious Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876. The battle, also known as “Custer’s Last Stand,” was part of the Black Hills War against a confederation of Plains Indians, including the Cheyenne and Dakota Sioux. It remains one of the most controversial battles in U.S. history.

Throughout his career, Custer exhibited a reckless temperament that kept him in almost constant trouble with superior officers. Yet his courage has rarely been questioned. 

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