1862 Pocket Navy .36 cal., 6 1/2

1862 Pocket Navy .36 cal., 6 1/2"

1862 Pocket Navy .36 cal., 5 1/2"

One of the Colt pocket series, approximately 22,000 1862 Pocket Navy revolvers were manufactured roughly between 1863 and 1865 and were made until 1872 or so. This little 5-shot, .36 caliber revolver resembles the 1849 Pocket Colt, except that the '62 Pocket Navy has a rebated cylinder. So many of them were converted to metallic cartridge that the 1862 model is among the harder guns to find still in cap-and-ball configuration. This Colt replica is available in its original barrel lengths of 5 1/2 inches, or 6 1/2 inches. Offered in Standard Blue, Charcoal Blue, or Cimarron's Original Finish, this handsome little "five-shooter" bears the roll-engraved stagecoach holdup scene, like the genuine Colts. It also wears the authentic color case hardened frame, hammer and loading lever, along with a brass back strap, trigger guard and one-piece walnut stocks. Here's an opportunity to have a spitting image of one of the more hard to find pocket revolvers of the percussion era, and a pistol fit for any card shufflin' knight of the green cloth!
$400.76
SKU
CA076
One of the Colt pocket series, approximately 22,000 1862 Pocket Navy revolvers were manufactured roughly between 1863 and 1865 and were made until 1872 or so. This little 5-shot, .36 caliber revolver resembles the 1849 Pocket Colt, except that the '62 Pocket Navy has a rebated cylinder. So many of them were converted to metallic cartridge that the 1862 model is among the harder guns to find still in cap-and-ball configuration. This Colt replica is available in its original barrel lengths of 5 1/2 inches, or 6 1/2 inches. Offered in Standard Blue, Charcoal Blue, or Cimarron's Original Finish, this handsome little "five-shooter" bears the roll-engraved stagecoach holdup scene, like the genuine Colts. It also wears the authentic color case hardened frame, hammer and loading lever, along with a brass back strap, trigger guard and one-piece walnut stocks. Here's an opportunity to have a spitting image of one of the more hard to find pocket revolvers of the percussion era, and a pistol fit for any card shufflin' knight of the green cloth!
One of the Colt pocket series, approximately 22,000 1862 Pocket Navy revolvers were manufactured roughly between 1863 and 1865 and were made until 1872 or so. This little 5-shot, .36 caliber revolver resembles the 1849 Pocket Colt, except that the '62 Pocket Navy has a rebated cylinder. So many of them were converted to metallic cartridge that the 1862 model is among the harder guns to find still in cap-and-ball configuration. This Colt replica is available in its original barrel lengths of 5 1/2 inches, or 6 1/2 inches. Offered in Standard Blue, Charcoal Blue, or Cimarron's Original Finish, this handsome little "five-shooter" bears the roll-engraved stagecoach holdup scene, like the genuine Colts. It also wears the authentic color case hardened frame, hammer and loading lever, along with a brass back strap, trigger guard and one-piece walnut stocks. Here's an opportunity to have a spitting image of one of the more hard to find pocket revolvers of the percussion era, and a pistol fit for any card shufflin' knight of the green cloth!
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Style Pocket Navy