1858 New Army .38 Spl., 7 3/8"

One of the most heavily used revolvers of the Civil War, with about 106,000 purchased by the U.S. Government, Remington's New Model Army, now commonly referred to as the 1858 Army, was the stiffest competitor to Colt's 1860 Army model. After hostilities between the north and south ceased, the six-shooter became a mainstay out West for many years, seeing use by the famed 10th Cavalry "Buffalo Soldiers," Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and other frontier notables. The 1858's reputation was such that of a total of 122,000 guns made, most of them saw extensive use.

Like the mid-19th century model, Cimarron's .44 caliber replica has an 8-inch octagonal barrel, a handsome blue finish overall, brass trigger guard, two-piece walnut grips, post-type front sight and grooved top strap rear sight--and its parts are interchangeable with the original. Cimarron also offers a version in other calibers and barrel lengths with a color case hardened frame. The 1858 can be had in standard blue, charcoal blue, or stainless steel. Here's a faithful reproduction of one of the most popular shooting irons of the 19th century!

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One of the most heavily used revolvers of the Civil War, with about 106,000 purchased by the U.S. Government, Remington's New Model Army, now commonly referred to as the 1858 Army, was the stiffest competitor to Colt's 1860 Army model. After hostilities between the north and south ceased, the six-shooter became a mainstay out West for many years, seeing use by the famed 10th Cavalry "Buffalo Soldiers," Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and other frontier notables. The 1858's reputation was such that of a total of 122,000 guns made, most of them saw extensive use. Like the mid-19th century model, Cimarron's .44 caliber replica has an 8-inch octagonal barrel, a handsome blue finish overall, brass trigger guard, two-piece walnut grips, post-type front sight and grooved top strap rear sight--and its parts are interchangeable with the original. Cimarron also offers a version in other calibers and barrel lengths with a color case hardened frame. The 1858 can be had in standard blue, charcoal blue, or stainless steel. Here's a faithful reproduction of one of the most popular shooting irons of the 19th century!

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU CA1010
Caliber .38 Spl.
Barrel Length 7 3/8 in.
Style Standard Blue
Frame Forged Steel
Finish Standard Blue
Grip 2 Piece Walnut
Overall Length No
Weight 2.80 Lbs.

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Customer Reviews (3)

Just Awesome accuracy.Review by Xavier
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Very satisfied with my Cimmeron .38 Spl. Fired for the first time yesterday and was not disappointed in any way .. Had a great time with my son nailing bullseyes on the targets we shot at 10 to 22 yards away .. Love this gun and would recommend it to everyone looking for a dead on accurate .38Spl with mucho style

tenbears (Posted on 3/27/2015)
Just picked mine today and I love it..Review by tenbears
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Can't wait to shoot it and judging by all the good reviews it will be awesome. I love the trigger action already and I haven't fired a shot ! lol I'll be sure to update this review as soon as I get to know it a little better (Posted on 3/25/2015)
The best all around 19th Century revolver !Review by Twilight Onearmbiker
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I was disappointed that Uberti stop selling the .38 special 1858 New Army with an 8" barrel. I am so glad I bought this revolver. My favorite Cimarron revolver so far. It shoots perfect . Easier to disassemble , clean , load , and unload than the conversions Colt 1851, 1860 , or the 1873 SAA. I rarely used the injector to unload the brass. I point the barrel straight up and tap the back strap on the shooters table. The brass falls right out. I had 4 revolvers on the range with 150 rounds of .38 special lead round nose. I never shot the other revolvers. I can not wait to shoot it again. I just stripped the Uberti cheezy red finish off , that hides the curl and black stripes. The two piece grips did not come off the same European Black Walnut tree. Being Twilight, I love it that way !!!! The Uberti finish hides the real beauty of these grips. Formby's Wood Oil Satin finish really makes the wood, "POP!!!!" I have to buy another one with an 8" barrel 44/40 , 45 Colt, or both. Kirst converters sells a 45 ACP drop in cylinder for the 45 Colt model for $130. I have an 1851" Man With No Name", conversion on backorder. Cimarron Sickness ! I want them all !!! Too many Guns, not enough ammo !!! If you can only afford one revolver, this is it. I saved the best for last. All my Cimarrons are wonderful ! Twilight Onearmbiker (Posted on 5/6/2013)

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