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Traditions 1858 Remington New Army .44 Revolver

Item # 402602
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Key Features

  • #11 cap ignition system

  • 30-grain loose powder loading capacity

  • 8" barrel length

  • 14" overall length

  • 2 lbs. 11 oz.

Our Price   $299.99

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Product Description
traditions Tradition's 1858 Remington New Army .44 Revolver is both a collector's piece and a rugged side arm. With its authentic 8" octagonal blued barrel, this .44-caliber single-action revolver hits its mark every time. The top-strap sight helps improve target acquisition, and a twist rate of 1:30" offers you a finer shot picture. Uses 22 - 30/FFF round ball projectiles and 19 - 25/FFF conical bullets (not included).

  • 22 - 30/FFF round ball capacity for accuracy and consistency and 19 - 25/FFF conical bullets for greater knock-down power
  • 8" blued octagonal barrel with 1:30" twist accuracy
  • Single-action trigger for continual ease of use
  • Brass trigger guard helps prevent the revolver from firing accidentally
  • Fixed, top-strap sight helps improve your aim
  • Handsome walnut grip

Residents of IL, HI, MA, MI, NJ and NY are advised to check local laws for restrictions before ordering any black powder firearm.

Warranty: 1 year limited

Pistol sales further restricted in Michigan and North Carolina.

Finish Blued
Stock Pistol Grip
Caliber .44
Barrel length (in.) 8
Overall length (in) 14
Weight (lbs) 2.69
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