PIETTA REPRODUCTION OF A MODEL 1858 NEW ARMY BRASS FRAMED REMINGTON REVOLVER

$275.00

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Item Code: G3911

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Reproduction Remington in like new condition.

Octagon barrel is approx. 8.00 inches long with a good clean bore. All bluing remains on the barrel and loading lever as well as the cylinder. All nipples are present. Cylinder indexes properly. Action is crisp.

Frame, triggerguard and grip frame are brass. Wood grips are very nice. Bottom of grip has serial #R425087.

Screw heads are excellent. [ad]

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