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Civil War Black Powder Revolvers & Pistols by Uberti & Pedersoli.

C&C Sutlery sells authentic, modern-day reproductions of black powder Revolvers & Pistols & accessories for Civil War & Indian War eras.

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Best Reproduction Old West Revolvers

REPRODUCTION REVOLVERS ARE a vastly under-appreciated segment of the firearms industry. Not only can we learn from past designs, but many of those long-ago guns remain useful and relevant today. And, of course, they are a fascinating part of our history.

Whether you’re currently a fan of reproduction revolvers or not, check out my pick of some of the well-made options on the market. Who knows, maybe you’ll pick up repro revolver fever along the way.

Colt Single Action Army / Peacemaker

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Thanks to Hollywood this particular revolver design has become the visual epitome of the Old West. Perhaps you know the Colt Single Action Army as The Peacemaker.

The SA Army is a revolving-cylinder design with a six-shot capacity and enjoyed two decades as the U.S. military’s service revolver. Dating back to 1872 the first Colt SA Army was chambered in .45 Colt and had a 7.5-inch barrel, two features today’s reproduction from Colt retains.

The modern Colt SAA is an ode to the original Peacemaker. Although Colt does offer it in more than one chambering and with different barrels, we’re going to focus on the .45 Colt in the classic style.

Its 7.5-inch blued barrel gives it an overall length of 13 inches and it has an empty weight of 44 oz. Thanks to blued parts, double eagle black composite grips, and a color-case-hardened frame this reproduction Colt SAA appears cut from shades of midnight.

Variations available include .45 Colt and .357 Magnum models with barrels ranging from 4.75-inches to 5.5-inches to 7.5-inches.

Colt did a fantastic job with this revolver. Fitment is stellar and performance rocks. This is undoubtedly more accurate than the first model was in 1872, but I’m not complaining. MSRP: $1799.

Uberti Bird’s Head Revolver

uberti one revolver

It was the 1850s when Colt created the bird’s head grip for their derringers. The curved grip is designed to fit more naturally into the swell of the shooter’s palm – whether or not it does depends on your specific hand size and shape, of course – and allows easier concealment.

It was 1877 when Colt came up with larger grips in the same style for their full-frame revolvers. In the spirit of those long-ago designs Uberti created their Bird’s Head Revolver. The Uberti Bird’s Head Revolver is a member of an entire line of these guns each with a different barrel length and chambered in a variety of cartridges.

This newest model is available in .45 Colt and .357 Magnum with barrels ranging from 3.5-inches to 5.5-inches. All models in the Bird’s Head line are case hardened with steel backstraps and trigger guards. MSRP: starts at $579.

Cimarron 1872 Open Top Navy

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Cimarron takes attention to detail seriously, something that is clear in guns like their 1872 Open Top Navy revolver. From its 1851-Navy-sized grips to its chambering options this gun is a well-done replica of the original.

This model was part of the progression from muzzle-loaded percussion revolvers to breech-loading paper cartridge revolvers to breech-loading metal cartridge revolvers. Although the full-frame Open Top didn’t technically go into production until 1872, it was one of Colt’s two patents from 1871.

Features of Cimarron’s 1872 Open Top Navy include barrel lengths varying from the original 7-1/2-inch barrel 4-3/4-inch and 5-1/2-inch barrels. They are offered in standard blue or color-case-hardened finishes and are, of course, the classic six-gun capacity.

The gun is available chambered in .38 Colt, .45 Colt, .44 Colt, and .44 Smith and Wesson Special/Colt/Russian. Empty weight averages 2 pounds, 7 ounces. This is a beautifully rendered revolver that should appeal to antique collectors and revolver fans alike. MSRP: $518.70.

Uberti 1847 Walker

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This model is steeped in history. The 1847 Walker originates in the year of its name and is a single-action, revolving-cylinder gun. It was designed by the formidable team of Texas Ranger Samuel Hamilton Walker and Samuel Colt; Walker required a gun capable of greater power at limited distances and this was the result. In fact, Walker himself carried a pair of 1847 Walker revolvers during his time fighting in the Mexican-American War.

Walker was killed in action on Oct. 9 of that same year during the Battle of Huamantla in Tlaxcala, Mexico.

There were only 1100 of these guns produced in the original run and 1000 of those were made for the military. Today the cost of one of those originals tends to be in the ballpark of $1 million dollars which is out of reach for most of us; fortunately, we have replicas.

Uberti’s 1847 Walker is a celebration of the blackpowder revolvers of long ago. The frame is case-hardened, the backstrap is steel, and the trigger guard is brass. Features include a square-backed trigger guard, loading lever and latch close to the muzzle, and loading cutouts to securely seat percussion caps. It’s a .44-caliber revolver with a nine-inch barrel.

The 1847 is more than a revolver, it’s a piece of American history, and Uberti did well designing and producing this replica. MSRP: $489.

Traditions 1873 SA Revolver Liberty Model

traditions liberty single-action revolver

The 1873 Single Action Revolver Liberty Model is a favorite of mine from the Traditions line. It’s a solid-frame, gate-loading design with a six-round capacity and a transfer bar safety system based on the Colt Single Action Army revolver.

It’s offered in .357 Magnum and .45 Long Colt, the latter of which being the chambering I prefer. Regardless of caliber the gun cycles reliably and is flat-out enjoyable to shoot.

The Liberty is a member of the company’s Frontier family and is an authentic reproduction made on a steel frame. Details include its being laser-engraved with the Liberty name, the original model’s patent number, and an eagle. For a nice extra touch the white PVC grip panels are engraved with the eagle logo as well.

For those unfamiliar with a gate-loaded gun the process is remarkably simple to become accustomed to running: simply pull the hammer to half-cock, open the loading gate, and load the revolver one chamber at a time as you rotate the cylinder by hand while the gun remains half-cocked. Fun fact: some shooters load six-shots revolvers such as the Liberty by filling the first chamber, skipping the second, and then continuing to load the remaining four.

When the gun is loaded with five shells they then cautiously lower the hammer on the empty chamber. This is done so that the hammer isn’t resting on a live round while being carried, which could cause an accidental discharge if the gun were to be dropped or the hammer caught on something. Most modern replicas have floating firing pins on the hammers that prevent this.

However you load it spent brass is ejected one at a time just as it was loaded one at a time. MSRP: $624.

Taylors and Company Firearms 1848 Dragoon

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A repro-revolver roundup cannot be written without the Dragoon. The original Model 1848 Percussion Army Revolver was designed by none other than Samuel Colt specifically for the U.S. Army’s Cavalry which was then known as the Regiment of Mounted Rifles.

The large, heavy revolver was intended to be carried in a holster attached to a saddle and was essentially a refined version of the earlier Colt Walker revolver, which experienced issues with the strength of the steel used in construction and suffered from a weak latch mechanism on the reloading arm that could lock the gun up after recoil. The Dragoon fixed all that.

There are three variants of the Dragoon and Taylor’s offers them all. Well, there are technically four or five depending on your labeling of the transition-model Dragoon that preceded the three variants and inclusion of the Baby Dragoon.

Taylor’s 1848 Dragoon is produced as it should be with a case-hardened, forged-steel frame, blued components, and a brass backstrap and trigger guard. The company’s Whitneyville Dragoon is designed with features similar to that of the Walker revolver, as the transition-model Dragoons once were; subsequent first, second, and third Dragoon models are also patterned after their long-ago predecessors.

The three variants can be identified as follows: the 1st model has oval cylinder notches and a square-back trigger guard; the 2nd model has both square notches and a square-back trigger guard; and the 3rd rmodel everses the first’s with square notches and a rounded-back trigger guard.

The .44-caliber black powder revolvers feature a 7.5-inch round barrel, six-round capacity, walnut grips, and an empty weight of 4.1-pounds. Taylor’s also offers a drop-in conversion cylinder for smokeless .45 Long Colt ammunition. Basically, you have options. MSRP: starts at $465.

Ruger Bisley Vaquero

cimmaron 1872 open top navy

For a blend of the Old West and modernization there’s the Bisley Ruger Vaquero. The Bisley was first designed for target shooting and made its first public appearance at the 1894 British Commonwealth Championship Match in England.

To maximize its target-shooting capabilities it was made with a larger, longer grip and lower hammer. The gun is also known for its flat top strap, wider trigger, and elongated mainspring. It is, of course, a single-action revolver.

The Ruger Bisley Vaquero is offered in either .45 Colt or .357 Magnum and has a six-round capacity in both chamberings.

Features include a 5.5-inch barrel and white grips. In the original western tradition, the grips are larger for a more comfortable, natural hold on the gun. The barrel is cold-hammer forged for precise rifling and superior accuracy.

Loading and unloading the Bisley Ruger Vaquero is made simpler with Ruger’s patented reverse-indexing pawl. The cylinder is beveled for smoother holstering, and for an additional layer of safety, Ruger implemented their patented transfer bar mechanism and loading gate interlock—that’s one of the places modernization comes in handy.

Other features include an oversized, crescent-shaped ejector rod head, an empty weight of 45 oz., and a high-gloss stainless steel finish. MSRP: $899.

Pietta LeMat

pietta lemat revolver

This revolver is the result of the long-ago musings and machinations of Jean Alexandre LeMat, a Frenchman who left his native country for the United States in 1843. LeMat came to the United States to finish his medical studies but in the end he became best known for this revolver.

It is unique, to be sure; the original LeMat had a nine-round capacity in .42 or .36 caliber and is was known as the Grape Shot Revolver. There’s more than its capacity that makes it impressive, though. The cylinder reovolved around a larger-bore barrel in the center of the gun, which was capable of firing a load of buckshot. You simply slide the mechanism on the hammer so the firing pin was in the lower position to strike the primer on the central barrel, and you have a very short-barreled single-shot shotgun.

A jointed ramrod mounted on the right-hand side of the frame was capable of loading the cylinder chambers and the shotgun barrel.

The original LeMat was produce from 1856 to 1865 with 2,900 rolling out of the factories—the earliest were produced in Philadelphia, the second generation were made overseas in Paris and many were shipped to the Confederate States during the American Civil War via the United Kingdom. After metallic cartridges were introduced a pinfire version of the LeMat was made, but these are extremely rare. A centerfire version was also made in Belgium, but again, very few were manufactured.

Italian gunmaker, Pietta, makes a LeMat line that is quite faithful to the originals and are comprised of three main models: the Cavalry, Army, and Navy. The Cavalry has a spur trigger guard, lever barrel release, cross-pin barrel selector, and lanyard ring. Differences in the others include a knurled pin barrel release and spur barrel selector on the Navy with the Army being similar to the Navy only with a cross-in barrel selector.

This single-action revolver has a 6.75-inch barrel length and hand-checkered walnut grips on all models.

The cylinder is chambered for .44 caliber bullets and the central barrel is a 20-gauge round barrel, while the revolver barrel is an octagon barrel with a 1:30 twist rate.

Forgive me if I fan-girl here, but the Pietta LeMat is one of the coolest reproduction revolvers on the market. If you’ve never fired a LeMat, get on it. Taylors & Company also make a fine LeMat reproduction. MSRP: $1200.

Pedersoli Custom Remington Pattern

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Manufactured in Italy by Davide Pedersoli, this Remington 1858 Pattern revolver harkens back to the mid-1800s when Eliphalet Remington made percussion revolvers during the Civil War.

The Remington Pattern was created by Eliphalet based on the September 14, 1858 Fordyce Beals patent. It was made to be a highly accurate, large-frame revolver and featured a solid-frame design for improved durability.

The Remington-Beals Model revolvers, also known as the Model 1858 because of the patent marks on the cylinder, began production in 1861 and was used during the American Civil War. It was a secondary supplemental issue firearm for the Union Army until the infamous Colt factory fire of 1864, which made the Colt 1860 Army unavailable for quite some time. In the interim, large numbers of the Remington revolvers were ordered by the government.

It went on to see use in the American West as a percussion revolver and later as a metallic cartridge conversion.

Today, Pedersoli builds their Remington Pattern guns to echo the exceptional quality of the original.

The Pedersoli Custom Remington Pattern revolver is a .44-caliber gun with a 7 and 7/8-inch barrel featuring a 1-in-18-inch twist rate. It has an overall length of 13 and 9/16-inches and an empty weight of 2.71-pounds. Although the heart of this reproduction remains, Pedersoli took care to modernize mechanisms and some features for greater accuracy and quality.

The trigger group and cylinder have been hardened and finished to reduce friction and facilitate smoothness and the main spring is tapered for flexibility. Prior to chroming the company also polishes the barrel, frame, hammer, and cylinder with fine emery paper. Needless to say this is a beautifully crafted firearm. MSRP: unlisted.

EMF/Pietta Buntline

emf buntline revolver

The Colt Buntline’s claim to fame can be found in Stuart Lake’s “Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshall”. The book was mostly fiction and included inaccurate nuggets such as claiming Earp himself carried a Buntline.

History doesn’t back that up at all—but the book still had an impact on actual firearms history.

Lake’s excuse? He later admitted he “put words into Wyatt’s mouth because of the inarticulateness and monosyllabic way he had of talking.”

After the book was published in 1931 many—including the folks at Colt—began referring to long-barreled revolvers as Buntlines.

But wait…

In 2007, firearms expert Mas Ayoob penned an article for Guns Magazine titled “One Policeman’s Custom Revolver”. Within the article Mas writes that Josie Earp, widow of Wyatt Earp, did once mention an extra-long barreled revolver Wyatt loved.

It is true that such revolvers were available at the time as custom orders. Colt made the guns at a cost of one dollar per additional inch over 7.5-inches in length. There is further evidence orders of such guns were made by people in Wyatt’s life, such as Buckskin Frank Leslie. What became of them and whether or not they were as long-barreled as Lake claimed we’ll never know.

This particular reproduction Buntline is manufactured by Pietta for EMF Company. It’s a single-action revolver chambered in .45 Colt with a nearly ridiculous 12-inch barrel. Features include walnut grips and case hardening.

If you want a piece of hotly-contested western firearms history this is the revolver for you. Trust me, it is well worth the enjoyment of delving deeper into the tales spun by Stuart Lake and their contrast with reality. MSRP: $640.

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Colt Walker Revolver



1847 Colt Walker, With a total production of only 1100, the originals of these guns are highly prized by collectors. The massive 4+ pound, 6 Shot, .44 caliber revolver is often referred to as the granddaddy of revolvers. 6 Shot Cylinder is engraved with the scene "Fighting Dragoons". Length of barrel 9", Round Forward of Lug. Steel Backstrap, Brass trigger guard. One Piece Walnut Grip. Overall length 15 3/4".
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Pietta
1860 Army Revolver .44 calColt 1860 Army Revolver. The 1860 Army Revolver, because of its lighter weight, improved balance and superior ballistics was adopted by the U.S. Ordnance and became very popular with the mounted troops. This .44 caliber, 8" round barrel percussion revolver was to be the issue side arm for the U.S. Army for many years. Made By Flli Pietta. Blued steel frame. Engraved scene on the cylinder. Walnut grips. Nice reproduction. Functional Firing Weapon..................Please Call
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1851 Colt NavyColt 1851 Navy Revolver. .36 cal Mfg by Pietta. Blued steel frame. Walnut Grips. Octagonal barrel. Engraved naval scene on the cylinder. 7 1/2" barrel, 13 1/3" overall. Nice reproduction. Functional Firing Weapon...Please Call


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Pietta
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Colt 1851 Navy Yank US Marshal. Excellent reproduction by Pietta.
.44 cal only right now. .36 cal may be available by special order.
We called these Stainless Steel for lack of a better term, but the metal is actually a highly polished steel allow that does not rust easily, and accepts the photo engraving very nicely. Fluted Cylinder. Frame is fully engraved. Walnut Grips. This model has been very popular. A nice shooter as well...........................Please Call THIS IS A SPECIAL ORDER ITEM - DELIVERY TYPICALLY TAKES 2-3 MONTHS!

Note- These are made to a higher quality standard than similar models sold by a national discount sporting goods company.

Replacement cylinders in matching metal are available from time to time. Please inquire.
R & D Conversion Cylinders are not available for this revolver in .44 caliber- Sorry!

Pistol caps, nipple wrenches and cleaning supplies can be found on our "Firearms Accessories Page"


Pietta
Colt 1851 Reb Navy
. Pietta. .36 or .44 cal. As Above, no engraving.
Steel barrel and cylinder, brass frame as in many Confederate Revolvers of the 1860's.
Trigger guard and grip strap are also in brass. The cylinder is engraved with the Naval Ship scene. Can be loaded and fired with blank rounds or lead ball. (Actual live firing is not recommended with brass frame revolvers).
A very nice reproduction of a CS revolver at an economical price..........................................$ 375.00

Check out our Oak Revolver Stands at the bottom of this page



Uberti
Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver
.31 caliber.
As described above.
This is a very popular model now as well as 150 years ago due to its' size and style. Color case hardened frame, with blue finish. Plain cylinder. 4" barrel, 5 shot. Color case hardened frame, blued barrel.
This model is made by Uberti.......................Please Call

R & D Conversion Cylinder for 1849 Colt Revolvers are not available at this time.


Uberti

Wells Fargo .31 calColt 1849 Wells Fargo Model .31 caliber. By Uberti. Nice little pocket model similar to the Baby Dragoon. The Wells Fargo has no loading lever (Projectile is loaded using the cylinder pin) Nice case hardened frame, engraved cylinder as per the Colt tradition.................................................................Please Call

R & D Conversion Cylinder for 1849 Colt Revolvers are not available at this time.



Colt Model 1862 Pocket Navy Revolver,
Made by Uberti .36 cal. Same revolver frame as the 1849 Colt Pocket revolver, with a longer barrel. The design is also similar to the full size model 1851 Colt Navy revolver only smaller frame.
5 1/2" or 6 1/2" barrel length (depending upon availability). This was designed to be carried in a pocket if needed as well as a holster. Blued steel with walnut grips. Octagonal barrel and plain cylinder. Color case hardened frame. A very nice looking revolver and fully functional. ...............................................................Please Call

No R & D Cylinder for this revolver at this time



Colt 1862 Pocket Police,
.36 cal. Handy little revolver with a round barrel similar to the colt 1860. Blued steel with a color case hardened frame. Half fluted cylinder is very attractive. 5 1/2" barrel and 10 1/2" overall. Designed for discriminating use with its' compact design. Could be carried in a pocket or holster.
Fully functional..........................................................................Please Call

No R & D Cylinder for this revolver at this time


Remington Revolvers


Pietta

1858 Remington .44 Cal
Remington 1858 Revolver. 44 cal, Pietta. 6 shot, 8" barrel. The Remingtons feature an over the cylinder frame strap, and an easier system to change the cylinder than the Colt revolvers. The New Model 1858 Remington Army Revolver was one of the major sidearms of the Civil War and presented the greatest competition for the Colt Model 1860 Army. This on is our best seller. Easy to load, clean, and
accepts the R & D Conversion Cylinders easily. Functional Firing Weapon ..Please Call

Pistol caps, nipple wrenches and cleaning supplies can be found on our "Firearms Accessories Page"


Spare Cylinder for PIETTA Remingtons. Blued finish matches the revolver above..44 caliber........$122.95


R & D Conversion Cylinder Blue

R & D Conversion Cylinders are available in a matching finish for all Remington 1858 Revolvers...
(See the R & D Listing Below)



Uberti

Remington 1858 Revolver, Stainless Steel. Made by Uberti. Full size reproduction in .44 cal. Standard Remington sights,
Uberti Quality in Stainless Steel requiring minimum maintenance. (Always clean your weapon after firing)
The Remingtons feature an over the cylinder frame strap, and an easier system to change the cylinder than the Colt revolvers. The New Model 1858 Remington Army Revolver was one of the major sidearms of the Civil War and presented the greatest competition for the Colt Model 1860 Army.
Functional Firing Weapon .........Please Call

Pistol caps, nipple wrenches and cleaning supplies can be found on our "Firearms Accessories Page"

R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for stainless steel Remington revolvers.R & D Conversion Cylinders- Stainless Steel
This is the only 6-shot conversion cylinder available on the market (patented). Features a Marked Empty Chamber for safety. Cylinders are made from 4150 arsenal grade Stainless Steel. Already approved by SASS. Specify the make of your weapon. No FFL is required to ship this product. This selection is for the Uberti Remington shown above................................$300.00


1863 Remington Pocket Revolver
Pietta

1863 Remington Pocket Pistol Small size .31 cal. 5 shot, 3 1/2" barrel. Brass frame pocket pistol. Blued Steel Barrel and Cylinder. Built in loading lever. Easy to load and clean. Very popular with the ladies, and as discreet protection for men. Made By Pietta....................Call First

We have an open top belt holster made specifically for this revolver made from black bridle leather. These holsters are usually worn with the butt facing backward....$21.95
Pietta
1863 Remington Nickle

1863 Remington Pocket Pistol- Nickel
As above, small size .31 cal. 5 shot, 3 1/2" barrel. Brass frame pocket pistol. Nickle plated as per original examples. Built in loading lever. Easy to load and clean.
Made by Pietta............................Call First




We have an open top belt holster made specifically for this revolver made from black bridle leather. (See Above).............$21.95

Pistol caps, nipple wrenches and cleaning supplies can be found on our "Firearms Accessories Page"


Pietta


1863 Remington Pocket Pistol- Steel Frame, Blued.
As above, small size .31 cal. 5 shot, 3 1/2" barrel. All Steel frame pocket pistol. Blued as per original examples. Built in loading lever. Easy to load and clean. Popular smaller size for easy concealment. Made by Pietta............................ Call First


We have an open top belt holster made specifically for this revolver made from black bridle leather. (See Above).............$21.95

Pistol caps, nipple wrenches and cleaning supplies can be found on our "Firearms Accessories Page"


Uberti


Remington Revolving Carbine
, Manufactured by Uberti. This is one of the first muzzle loading revolving carbines. It is different from the revolvers for its easy handling and reliability. About 3,000 models were produced between 1866-1879. .44 Caliber. Barrel is 18" in Length. 7 groove rifling, Left Twist. 6 Shot Cylinder, Octagonal Tapered barrel, Steel Frame, Walnut stock with adjustable sight. Be the first on your block.
........................................................................................................................................ ...........................................Please Call
Please Note- these come from Uberti with a hard polyurethane finish on the stock (as shown). The stock is real walnut, not plastic
.



R & D Conversion Cylinder BlueThe R & D Conversion Cylinder for Uberti Remingtons will work on this "Carbine" making it the coolest little Remington available. Add one for this purchase.....$270.00



Pietta

Lemat PictureLeMat Revolver Designed by Col LeMat. Made By Pietta. These saw use by CS Cavalry forces.
Nine .44 cal rounds and one .20 Gauge Shotgun all in a hand held revolver. These are available in a limited quantity. Checkered walnut grips, Nice blued finish. These have been selling for over $1200.00.........Please Call

Please contact us to check on availability.


Army and Artillery models may be available from time to time. Please inquire.


Derringers


Pocket Derringer.
Brass frame and barrel, .31 caliber single shot derringer. Unique design that opens sideways to access the nipple and to place the #11 cap when loading. Smooth bore barrel approximately 2" long. 5" overall which makes this a very nice vest pocket weapon. White similated ivory grips. For use with Black Powder only. Includes a manual detailing loading, firing and cleaning black powder weapons including this one................................................................$295.00






REVOLVER NOTE...The above revolvers and derringers are all exact copies of the originals. Classified as "Cap and Ball", capable of being loaded and fired with black powder and a lead projectile. These are not classified as a firearm by the ATF, and can be purchased from us by anyone of legal age.
The Non- Firing replicas as listed on the link below, are just that - Non-Firing replicas of revolvers used during the Civil War period. They have functioning actions and hammer mechanisms, but are not capable of being loaded or fired. They are for display purposes only.

Non Firing Pistol Page


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New StarR & D
CONVERSION CYLINDERS!!-
Dancing Ball ManR & D Conversion Cylinder Blue
R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder. The original conversions surfaced after the conflict between the States ended in 1865. The new innovation for that time was 'fixed cartridges'. The Federal Government had stockpiles of old style weapons and wanted to change their inventory to this new innovation. The government converted Colt, Remington and Civil War Rifles to cartridge to update their arsenals. The capability available today, modern steel and technology, have contributed to build conversions again. We offer a superior product that looks and functions in the same manner as the manufacturer's original arms were built. Our Five shot patented cylinder chambers .45 Long Colt "Cowboy" ammunition which the original manufacturers were unable to do with their conversions. Only top grade steel is used in the productions of these cylinders; 4150 arsenal grade steel for the cylinders and 4140 steel for the top plate. The certified steel in these cylinders offers superior quality and strength to insure safety and durability with their use. THESE CYLINDERS ARE DESIGNED FOR STEEL FRAME REVOLVERS ONLY. Switch from percussion to .45 Long Colt (black powder or smokeless loaded to cowboy specifications) just by changing cylinders. Please note that these are five shot cylinders.
Available for 1858 Remington Revolvers made by Pietta, Uberti, and Ruger Old Army. Steel Frame Revolvers Only. ...............................................................................$270.00
These are SASS Approved

Remington .44 cal - .45 lc

Warranty Information on our weapons and cylinders is available at the bottom of this page
Ordering from us indicates an understanding of the warranty as stated.


Note!-
The R & D Conversion Cylinders offered by us
are usually hand tooled to order for us.
We therefore may not have the specific R & D Conversion Cylinder
that you desire on the shelf for immediate shipment. It may take some time for delivery depending on the workload at R & D.
Please call for availability.



R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for stainless steel Remington revolvers.R & D Conversion Cylinders- Stainless Steel
We are offering the five shot version of this cylinder at this time. Features a Marked Empty Chamber for safety. Cylinders are made from 4150 arsenal grade Stainless Steel. Already approved by SASS. Specify the make of your weapon. No FFL is required to ship this product.
...............................$300.00



R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for Remington Old Silver, by Pietta.
"Jewel Cut" engraving on a blued cylinder to harmonize with the engraving on the Old Silver. Detail of the engraving is shown here.
...................................DISCONTINUED



R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for Colt 1851 Navy.
Now available for the Colt 1851 Navy .36 Caliber Only! Steel Frame Revolvers Only!This cylinder is a 6- shot conversion cylinder with a firing pin for each chamber. You can switch from cap and ball to center fire ammunition by merely changing the cylinders.
Black powder, or the equivalent Smokeless load, as provided by commercial ammunition companies, are sold under the industry name of "Cowboy Ammunition" in .38 Long Colt. This is the only type of ammunition that should be used with these conversion cylinders.

This R & D Conversion Cylinder is available for Pietta and Uberti 1851 Navy reproductions only
Not Available for the 1851 Colt US Marshall in .44 caliber

SASS Approved
For Colt Revolvers, You must not use the conversion cylinder if the cylinder pin is not tight in the back of the frame. If there is any question- you should seek assistance from a professional gunsmith.
.......................................... ...................................................$270.00

Warranty Information on our weapons and cylinders is available at the bottom of this page
Ordering from us indicates an understanding of the warranty as stated.


R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for Colt 1860 Army.Uberti Only
Now available for the Colt 1860 Army. Steel Frame Revolvers Only!This New cylinder is a 5- shot conversion cylinder with a firing pin for each chamber. This cylinder also features a Stop Notch in between each chamber that can be used for safety so the hammer is not on a loaded chamber. There are also 5 small cutouts to allow the brass cartridge to be shown in each loaded chamber.
For use with black powder, or the equivalent load, as provided by commercial ammunition companies. Ammo is sold under the industry name of "Cowboy Ammunition" in .45 Long Colt. This is the only type of ammunition that should be used with these conversion cylinders.
This R & D Conversion Cylinder is available for Uberti 1860 Army reproductions ONLY.


These are SASS Approved
For Colt Revolvers, You must not use the conversion cylinder if the cylinder pin is not tight in the back of the frame. If there is any question- you should seek assistance from a professional gunsmith .............................................................................................................................$270.00 



R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for
1849 Colt Pocket Revolver, Wells Fargo, or Baby Dragoon Models.


The conversion cylinder for the 1849 Colt Pocket Revolver is no longer available in .32 caliber due to potential safety issues with the current reproductions.

An alternate .22 Conversion for these revolvers is currently in development and may be available in late 2020. This would include an easy to install and uninstall barrell sleeve to accomodate .22 cal.
If you are interested in beiung notified once this conversion is perfected, please let us know.

For Colt Revolvers, You must not use the conversion cylinder if the cylinder pin is not tight in the back of the frame. If there is any question- you should seek assistance from a professional gunsmith ...................Please Inquire



R & D Drop -In Conversion Cylinder, for Colt 1847 Walker.

Now available for the Colt 1847 Walker.

This New cylinder is a 6- shot conversion cylinder with a firing pin for each chamber. This cylinder also features a Stop Notch in between each chamber that can be used for safety so the hammer is not on a loaded chamber. There are also 6 small cutouts to allow the brass cartridge to be shown in each loaded chamber.
For use with black powder, or the equivalent load, as provided by commercial ammunition companies. Ammo is sold under the industry name of "Cowboy Ammunition" in .45 Long Colt. This is the only type of ammunition that should be used with these conversion cylinders.
This R & D Conversion Cylinder is available for the Uberti 1847 Walker reproduction Only.
.............................$280.00

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Accessories


Ammunition


We have soft lead round ball ammunition for all of our Black Powder revolvers. These are made by Hornaday and come in boxes of 100.
Recommended ball size per caliber is- .44 cal = .451 ball, .36 cal = .375 round ball.
Per box of 100...........................$19.95

 


 

Oak Revolver StandOak Revolver Stand Again


Revolver Stand, Made from Oak. Great for display, loading or cleaning your favorite Civil War or Cowboy revolver. Holds your revolver horizontal for display, or vertically for display, cleaning or loading. Fits any size weapon. Very nice addition to your collection............ $19.95






Pistol Cleaning Kit
Pistol Cleaning Kit, Two section rod with cotton swab, bronze brush, and nylon brush. Comes in a handy plastic carrying case. Specify .44 or .36 cal...............................$21.95



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Ballistol Lubricant and Protectant, This is the best stuff on earth. Cleans, lubricates and protects wood, leather, and metal. Click on the link to see what it can do. Eats rust film right off of your musket, and shines up your leather. You will not be disappointed with this product. 16oz Can of liquid. Includes a spray attachment for the top of the can....$19.95






Ballistol
is also now available in a 6oz aerosol spray can.
I find this nicer and easier to use than the oil above. 6oz can.....................$11.95




More Revolver Accessories and Shooting Supplies are available on our Firearms Accessories Page- Click Here

View the Warranty Information for our Weapons and Conversion Cylinders
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Lemat reproduction uberti revolver

PH0433 PIETTA LEMAT ARMY REVOLVER

Invented in 1856 by Dr. J.A.F. LeMat of New Orleans and manufactured in Paris, France, and Birhamingham, England. The Lemat was a favorite sidearm of CSA Generals Jeb Stuart and P.G.T. Beauregard. A single .20 gauge shotgun barrel under the .44 caliber barrel makes the Lemat a unique firearm. N/SSA approved. Grips are checkered two piece European walnut. Metal parts are richly blued. The octagonal rifled barrel is 6 3/4" long. It is rifled with 7 lands and grooves. 1 in 30" twist. Dove tailed front sight and rear sight located on the hammer nose. Located beneath the rifled revolver barrel is a single .20 gauge smoothbore barrel. The hammer nose is rotated downard to strike a nipple for the smoothbore barrel. The revolver uses #11 caps. The cylinder is 9 shot .44 caliber. Hammer is color case hardened as is the trigger. Original "COL. LEMAT" markings are present on the barrel. Made in Italy by Pietta. The army model has a plain triggerguard with cross pin type barrel selector and knurled pin barrel release. Recommended load is 22 grains FFFg powder, .454 round ball, with a .44 revolver wad.THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO NEW JERSEY OR CANADA.

100% of reviewers
recommended this product

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Brent Boyte

2010-02-08 23:34:00

My Replacement Lemat came in today and it was very impressive. It seemed to be of better quality that the last. It is well built and Dixie has done an excellent job in replacing the last one. I am very excited to shoot it.

Brent Boyte

2010-02-08 23:37:00

Shoots great!! After all nine rounds the 20 gauge blast will give you a might punch. Very impressed. Check out: www.bayoumaconriders.weebly.com to check out our reenactment site.

David Romans

2010-03-05 22:37:00

This pistol is NEAT! Because it's so heavy it hardly kicks at all. I can easily fire it one-handed. The hammer is kind of difficult to cock with one hand(which is perfectly normal for the design) so I had a gunsmith lighten the mainspring. Now it's like cocking a colt. Very smooth. Accuracy is also good. I can definately recommend this revolver.

James Kelly

2016-12-01 09:53:00

Iメm a mechanical engineer by profession and work for a defense contractor producing aerospace and firearm components for the US govメt. I received the gun today and I spent more than an hour inspecting it taking it apart putting it back together checking the general appearance all the mechanical movements for crispness precision and overall fit form and function. If there was something not to like I would find it. I found nothing. This is a very fine very well manufactured revolver. It is also a beautiful handgun the most elegant of the entire war period with an unmatched mystique. Pietta has a done a great job in re-creating it. The only fault I find as noted by others is the weakness of the loading arm but that is faithful to the original design and no fault of Pietta. Iメm glad to see that they opted for the easier-to-find-ammo calibers of .44 and 20ga - makes life easier. I opted for the Army version due to all of my Confederate ancestors serving as Infantry in the AOT and ANV. I donメt know for sure which specific types of weapons my ancestors used but with infantry and officers in the lineage I will definitely use this LeMat at reenactments! I highly recommend this item. And thanks to Dixie Gun Works for getting it out to me in two days!

Sambo

2020-04-11 19:15:51

An exciting masterpiece!

Old world craftmanship is alive and well in this Pietta replica of the original LeMat Revolver. A lot of handwork has obviously went into the making of this fine Revolver, and it captures the excitement of the original design, complete with some few original shortcomings. The original was expensive to make, and the current cost of the replica reflects that as well. Few can own an original, but who cares? This baby replicates one very well and can be shot without worry!

Sours: https://www.dixiegunworks.com/
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