From one of the two best replica manufacturers inthe world, Pietta of Italy, comes this recent version of a classic, an 1851Navy Colt .36 Caliber Revolver. Barrel and cylinder are blue steel; trigger,hammer, loading arm, and main frame are color casehardened steel; and the gripframe is solid brass. This one is not only distinctive for its imitation IvoryGrips; it has half coverage engraving. And it is designated in honor of thatdefinitive early lawman of the West, James Butler – Wild Bill –Hickok, known for carrying a similarly appointed pair of this model Colt. Thisrevolver is new unfired in its original Cabela’s box with both instructionmanuals. According to its BT Date Code, it was manufactured in 2003, perhapsthe final year of production for this Special Edition. Capacity is six shots, ofcourse; and the barrel length is 7 ½ inches. Own this fine revolver foronly $ 319.95
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