Uberti Reproduction Remington 1858 New Army .44 Revolving Target Carbine Black Powder Rifle

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Key Features

  • .44 cal.
  • 6-shot blued steel cylinder
  • 18" tapered octagonal barrel
  • Walnut stock
  • Crescent-style brass butt plate

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Following the success of the 1858 New Army Revolvers, Remington was inspired to create the unique New Army Revolving Carbine. Using the same frame and cylinder of its "little brother," the Target Carbine featured a crescent-style brass butt plate, walnut stock, and stylish brass triggerguard with spur. Unfortunately, only a few thousand were ever produced, and even fewer survive to this day.

Until now! Uberti is happy to offer this authentic, real-shooting Reproduction of the famous Carbine, made to the same high standards established during its original manufacture. It's the real deal in every detail…a completely faithful, real-firing black powder replica of the famous Remington piece. It's a must have for every black powder collector and shooter.

Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 593857
  • Caliber: .44
  • Barrel material: Blued steel
  • Barrel length: 18" tapered octagonal
  • Barrel twist: Left
  • Number of grooves: 7
  • Stock: Walnut
  • Cylinder: 6-shot blued steel
  • Trigger guard: brass, with spur
  • Frame: Blued steel
  • Butt plate: Brass
  • Total length: 35.3"
  • Weight: 4 lbs., 4 ozs.
  • Mfg. Number: 341200
  • UPC: 037084412009