Produced from 1851-1872, the Navy is one of the most famous cap and ball revolvers ever produced. These dependable guns are perfectly balanced and have precise aim. The 1851 has a round barrel, a 6-shot cylinder, fixed sights and one-piece walnut grip. The Leech-Rigdon model features a brass backstrap and trigger guard. Howell Centerfire Conversion Cylinders (sold separately) are for use in steel frame revolvers only. Blue Finish.
Blued Steel Frame, Cylinder and Barrel
One Piece Walnut Grip
Brass Trigger Guard and Backstrap
Caliber: 36 Caliber
Length of Barrel: 7-1/2"
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