The 1860 Army revolver was adopted by the U.S. Ordnance and became very popular with mounted troops because of its easy handling, superior balance and excellent ballistics. This 6-shot, .44 caliber, round-barrel percussion revolver went on to be the issue sidearm for the U.S. Army for many years. The 1860 army white steel model features a steel frame, white heat-treated steel parts (to be cared for like blued steel), shoulder stock frame cuts and screws, round barrel, fixed front blade sight, ratchet style loading lever, rebated cylinder with a roll engraved navy battle scene, steel backstrap and triggerguard, and an Army sized white grip.
- White heat-treated steel parts
- Can use drop in conversion to .45LC/.45 Schofield ammunition
- Round Trigger Guard
- Ivory grips