1872 Open Top Navy .38 Colt and Special, 7 1/2

1872 Open Top Navy .38 Colt and Special, 7 1/2"

1872 Open Top Navy .45 Colt, 5 1/2"

Like the Army model, Cimarron's 1872 Open Top Navy is accurately reproduced in every detail down to the 1851 Navy-sized grips, just like the early-production 19th century Open Tops were made with. Further, this quality replica is chambered for the .38 Colt/Special cartridges for those who prefer a lighter caliber sixgun, and can be obtained in Standard Blue and color case hardened finish in either the original style 7 1/2-inch round barrel or in shorter barrel lengths of 4 3/4 inches or 5 1/2 inches. For those wanting more powerful loadings, the Open Top Navy is also chambered for the frontier favorites of .45 Colt/Schofield, .44 Colt/Russian, and the .44 S&W Special/Colt/Russian combo, and it comes in the Standard Blue and color case hardened finish and the 1851 Navy-sized walnut grips. The Open Top Navy model is a spitting image of the originals in the Cimarron collection and is ideal for those who prefer the '51 Navy's grip size.
$598.78
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SKU
CA917
Like the Army model, Cimarron's 1872 Open Top Navy is accurately reproduced in every detail down to the 1851 Navy-sized grips, just like the early-production 19th century Open Tops were made with. Further, this quality replica is chambered for the .38 Colt/Special cartridges for those who prefer a lighter caliber sixgun, and can be obtained in Standard Blue and color case hardened finish in either the original style 7 1/2-inch round barrel or in shorter barrel lengths of 4 3/4 inches or 5 1/2 inches. For those wanting more powerful loadings, the Open Top Navy is also chambered for the frontier favorites of .45 Colt/Schofield, .44 Colt/Russian, and the .44 S&W Special/Colt/Russian combo, and it comes in the Standard Blue and color case hardened finish and the 1851 Navy-sized walnut grips. The Open Top Navy model is a spitting image of the originals in the Cimarron collection and is ideal for those who prefer the '51 Navy's grip size.