Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. The .44 caliber revolver was as powerful as it was popular. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier. This revolver has an 8" round blued barrel, color-case hardened steel frame, brass guard, and a walnut grip. It is available in .44 caliber and has hammer-blade sights. This revolver is 13.75" in length and weighs 2.75 lbs.
|Finish||Case Hardened Frame/Blued Barrel|
|Caliber||44 black powder|
|Weight Range||2 lbs to 2.99 lbs|
|Stock Description||Walnut Grips|
|Barrel Length Range||8" to 8.99"|
Determined at checkout.