LMTD .45 Army Revolver Replica, Pewter

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LTMD .45 Army Revolver Replica. Legendary heat!

The Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totalling about 350,000 pieces. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popularized.

Used by legends like Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickock, Pat Garret and Bat Masterson, it was also the weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century. This non-firing version has a functional lock mechanism, with a revolving cylinder and working ejector system.

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