Uberti 1851 Navy London Steel Frame Black Powder Revolver with Brass Triggerguard and Backstrap 36 Caliber Blue

Product Family #: 1970151847
$309.99 - $329.99

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Product Information


  • Fixed Sights
  • Engraved Un-Fluted Cylinder
  • Octagon Barrel


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 tapered octagon barrel, a 6-shot cylinder, fixed sights and one-piece walnut grip. The London model features a London marked barrel. Howell Centerfire Conversion Cylinders (sold separately) are for use in steel frame revolvers only. The frame on the 7-1/2" 1851 is case hardened to go along with the case hardened backstrap and trigger guard. The 5" version comes with a brass backstrap and trigger guard. Blue Finish. 


Technical Information

Caliber: 36 

Twist Rate: Not listed by manufacturer

Barrel Length: 5" or 7-1/2"

Overall Length: 

  • 5" model: 10.5"
  • 7-1/2": 13"


  • 5" model: 2.4 lb
  • 7-1/2" model: 2.6 lb

Stock: Walnut

Barrel Finish: Blue

Sights: Brass Post Front Sight

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