Cimarron imported Uberti cowboy action shooting version of the Colt 1851 Navy percussion black powder revolver. Historically produced from 1851-1872 and, more than any other gun, symbolizes the early period of the Wild West. The stagecoach, Oregon Trail, Santa Fe Railroad, California Gold Rush and the American Civil War are only a few of the great events which the 1851 served on all sides. Reflected in its hard lines, perfect balance and precision timing are many of the grittiest battles ever fought. The cylinder engraving even reflects this, which depicts the 1843 naval Battle of Campeche between the Mexican Navy and the combined Texas-Yucatan Navy.
Charcoal blue finish, color case hardened frame, .36 Caliber, 7 1/2" barrel length, brass square trigger guard, one piece walnut grips.
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