1860 Army Civilian .44 cal., 8", Blue Steel Frame

The 1860 Army, a .44 caliber cap and ball revolver, combined ease of handling with power and streamlined looks. Out of the more than 200,000 '60 Army models produced from 1860-1873, over 73,300 civilian versions of this popular revolver were produced. A favorite with many westerners, the '60 model was known to have been used by the notorious James-Younger gang, John Wesley Hardin, Mormon "Avenging Angel" Porter Rockwell, Wells Fargo detective James Hume, the Texas Rangers and Sam Bass, to name a few. Despite his reputation with the 1851 Navy model, there is a circa 1864 photo of "Wild Bill" Hickok packing a pair of 1860 Army revolvers in his holsters--butt forward!
 
Cimarron's 1860 Army Civilian model duplicates those sixguns made for the public market, and like the pricey originals, this .44-bore revolver is offered in the 3-screw civilian-style color case hardened frame, loading lever and hammer, with an 8-inch round barrel in Standard Blue and Charcoal Blue. It's also available in their Original Finish. The '60 civilian sports a brass trigger guard and back strap, fitted to handsome one-piece walnut stocks. Cimarron's detail perfect replica represents one of the true classic six-shooters of the Wild West of the 1860s and early 1870s!

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The 1860 Army, a .44 caliber cap and ball revolver, combined ease of handling with power and streamlined looks. Out of the more than 200,000 '60 Army models produced from 1860-1873, over 73,300 civilian versions of this popular revolver were produced. A favorite with many westerners, the '60 model was known to have been used by the notorious James-Younger gang, John Wesley Hardin, Mormon "Avenging Angel" Porter Rockwell, Wells Fargo detective James Hume, the Texas Rangers and Sam Bass, to name a few. Despite his reputation with the 1851 Navy model, there is a circa 1864 photo of "Wild Bill" Hickok packing a pair of 1860 Army revolvers in his holsters--butt forward!   Cimarron's 1860 Army Civilian model duplicates those sixguns made for the public market, and like the pricey originals, this .44-bore revolver is offered in the 3-screw civilian-style color case hardened frame, loading lever and hammer, with an 8-inch round barrel in Standard Blue and Charcoal Blue. It's also available in their Original Finish. The '60 civilian sports a brass trigger guard and back strap, fitted to handsome one-piece walnut stocks. Cimarron's detail perfect replica represents one of the true classic six-shooters of the Wild West of the 1860s and early 1870s!

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Additional Information

SKU CA047
Caliber .44
Barrel Length 8 in.
Style Army Civilian
Frame Blue Steel
Finish Standard Blue / Charcoal Blue / Original Finish
Grip 1 Piece Walnut
Overall Length No
Weight 2.67 Lbs.

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Good shooter! Tough working firearm.Review by Revenuer
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I use a pair of these for cowboy action shooting. Takes three minutes to reload the pair (5 minutes if I hurry.) Always reliable. Always accurate. Good looking, reasonably priced, no-nonsense workhorse.

Use a good lube on balls to minimize fouling for match shooting. (Posted on 9/9/2014)

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