Traditions 1858 Army Revolver
The model 1858 was one of the most powerful
and rugged performers of its day (.44 Caliber)
Designed to be the future of revolvers, the top strap, full-framed design made the 1858 army revolver one of the strongest available. During the Civil War, the pistol's eight-inch barrel and undisputed reliability made it highly sought-after. The Traditions™ 1858 revolver has an 8" octagonal blued barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip. The pistol is a .44 caliber, 14.5" in length and weighs in at 2.75 lbs. The Traditions™ Army 1858 Revolver is not only durable, but accurate, utilizing traditional metallic post sights.
Traditions 1858 Army Revolver Reviews
"This black powder gun is the best weapon in the market right now...Shoots nice and it uses both lead balls and/or conical bullets. The knock down power of this gun is comparable to a .38 Special revolver, both have the same velocity and power."
"This is a fun pistol, shoots well and accurately. I don't understand people complaining about it being heavy, as the original pistols were not featherweights. If anything, the weight makes it a better shooter! If you enjoy black powder, you'll love this one!