LMTD 1851 Engraved Navy Revolver Replica, Brass

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LMTD 1851 Engraved Navy Revolver Replica. A detailed collectible LOADED with history!

  • The Engraved Navy Revolver was a presentation piece given to high ranking military officers and government officials and was based on the military-issue 1851 Navy revolver, which saw service through the end of the Civil War. This non-firing version provides a dramatic illustration of the talents of the factory engravers of the period. Overall Length: 13 5/ 8 " Weight: 2 lbs., 1oz Barrel Length: 7 3/ 8 "

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