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Pietta Model 1860 Army .44 Caliber Black Powder Revolver, Benjamin Kavoosi on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/xeQ1Y

Pietta Model 1860 Army .44 Caliber Black Powder Revolver, Benjamin Kavoosi on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/xeQ1Y

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – 1864, was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a .36 caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates. (Cullen Bohannon's gun on Hell on Wheels).

CONFEDERATE TOWER CARBINE AND SWORD BAYONET. BILHARZ, HALL AND CO. CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CARBINE. CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE. VIRGINIA MFG. RIFLE CONVERTED FOR USE IN CIVIL WAR From a Firearms Auction in 2001

CONFEDERATE TOWER CARBINE AND SWORD BAYONET. BILHARZ, HALL AND CO. CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CARBINE. CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE. VIRGINIA MFG. RIFLE CONVERTED FOR USE IN CIVIL WAR From a Firearms Auction in 2001

COLT 1860 ARMY MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER:  This revolver was used by John Mosby's forces in one of the many raids on Fairfax, Virginia.

COLT 1860 ARMY MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER: This revolver was used by John Mosby's forces in one of the many raids on Fairfax, Virginia.

Colt Thuer – This conversion is acknowledged as Colt’s first metallic cartridge revolver, produced from 1869-72, long before the Single Action Army appeared. One unique feature was the ability to shift back to using a percussion cylinder, which probably came in handy if a user were to run out of metallic cartridges, but still could obtain percussion caps, powder and ball. This M1860 “Army” revolver with the Thuer conversion cylinder in place also bears some well-aged ivory grip panels.

The Colt Thuer conversion is acknowledged as Colts first metallic cartridge…

Colt 1851 Augusta Rare Confederate Augusta Machine Works Percussion Six-Notch Style Revolver with Historic Confederate Inscription Known as the Revolver of Colt Model 1851 Navy type, these rare Confederate revolvers were manufactured circa 1861 to 1864 with a total production of only about 100 and only a few are known today. These revolvers were very well made and (like most Confederate revolvers) are almost identical in appearance to the Colt Model 1851 Navy revolvers. Among the revolvers…

Colt 1851 Augusta Rare Confederate Augusta Machine Works Percussion Six-Notch…

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Rare Dance Confederate Dragoon-size revolver.

Rare Dance Confederate Dragoon-size revolver.

Civil war Starr SA army 44cal martial revolver. This is the third most common pistol purchased by the U.S. government during the war, after Colt and Remington.

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Uberti Colt Walker Black Powder Percussion Revolver - Live Firearms and Shotguns

This original 1860 Colt Army revolver would be a most fine addition to any collection of fine arms. A Colt 44 Cal Revolver dating to the Civil War.

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Frank James' Remington 1875, nickel plated, .44-40 caliber pistol

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Confederate General Reuden Lindsay Walker's Pair of Engraved Colt Navy Model 1851 Percussion Revolvers

Confederate General Reuden Lindsay Walker's Pair of Engraved Colt Navy Model 1851 Percussion Revolvers

A scarce Confederate J.& F. Garret single shot percussion pistol, ca 1860's, U.S.A.../ qw

A scarce Confederate J. Garret single shot percussion pistol, ca

1860 Fluted Army serial Confederate Col Ben Embry of Atkins Arkansas Barrel early serial # Notarized Statement from Direct decendent. Ben Embry was in command of the Second Arkansas

Colt 1860 Fluted Army serial #215 Confederate Col Ben Embry. 1860 Fluted Army serial #215 Confederate Col Ben Embry of Atkins Arkansas 7+1/2" Barrel early serial # Notarized Statement from Direct decendent. Ben Embry was in command of the Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles Under McIntosh at Battle of Pea Ridge Ark . Where Gen. Ben McCulloch was killed, then McIntosh Killed, which left Embry as the highest ranking Officer in the field Neat early revolver I'ded to a Confederate Col.
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