Colt Buntline

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

The black powder revolver presented here was introduced to the Old West prior to the Civil War (1861 - 1865), but also saw extensive use during during that war.

The famed 1851 Colt Navy Buntline black powder revolver was used extensively in the Civil War. The "Buntline" version features an awe-inspiring 12" barrel with a polished brass frame. 

CALIBER: .44; WEIGHT: 2.7 lbs.; BARREL LENGTH: 12" Octagonal; OVERALL LENGTH: 16"; FRAME: Polished Brass; FRONT SIGHT: Blade Brass; REAR SIGHT: Notched hammer; GRIPS: One piece polished walnut; CHARGE: Black powder, 3F, 21 to 28 grains; IGNITER: Percussion Caps

Revolver Colt Buntline


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