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1858 Remington Army .44 Caliber Black Powder Percusion Muzzleloader 5 1/2" Stainless Steel
Item: CA106  Temporarily Unavailable - Back-Orders OK
| Manufacturer: Uberti Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Your Price: $387.88
Cimarron imported Uberti 1858 Remington Army black powder percussion revolver is a replica of one of the favorite side arms of the boys in blue during America's Civil War period. It was known for its superior strength and accuracy due to the top strap style frame.  
This high quality Cimarron Model 1858 Army reproduction features parts interchangeable with the original. .44 caliber, 5 1/2" barrel, stainless steel frame, one piece walnut grips and weighs approximately 2.5 lbs.
Manufacturer: Uberti Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Shipping Weight: 6 lbs
Average Rating
 4.75 stars (based on 4 reviews)
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Reviewed By: Daniel L.
Review Date: 6/5/2015
Comments: Magnifique revolver... Vive Uberti... Le must !

Reviewed By: rickey h.
Review Date: 4/26/2014
Comments: This is one of the best looking and feeling Remington's in my collection. The Stainless steel is superb and it arrived with a little blackpowder already on it. I watched a video on Uberti and they always test their revolvers by firing a charge over 3 time...
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Reviewed By: Dee M.
Review Date: 1/3/2013
Comments: Awaiting restock on the five and a half but own same in 8 and flawless I would put it on equal of the discontinued Ruger Old Army in function and quality but authentic for re-inactment So have no doubts in regards to the 5" plus several Uberti owned BP an...
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Reviewed By: Melissa C.
Review Date: 2/6/2012
Comments: Very nice revolver and really pleasing to look at. Very happy I went for the stainless steel over the blued version. Looks good in the picture but is a beauty holding it in your hand. Points good and is well balanced. Action is nice and smooth with perfe...
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