LMTD 1849 Pocket Pistol Replica, Nickel

Item # WX2-185776

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LMTD 1849 Pocket Pistol Replica. Accurately detailed and LOADED with history!

More model 1849 pocket pistols were produced than any other cap-and-ball firearm. Over its 23-year production life (1850 - 1873) about 340,000 pieces were made in total. Some 200 variations were produced during this time.

This non-firing replica represents the Wells Fargo model which, with its 3" barrel, was relatively easy to carry. Makes a great costume or collection piece!

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