Pietta 1851 Confederate Navy Black Powder Revolver replicates one of widely used sidearms of the American Civil War. The Pietta 1851 is .44 caliber, and uses a single-action trigger. A drop-out cylinder offers quick reloading. Like the original, this replica utilizes a brass main frame and trigger guard, as the South had a limited supply of steel. The cylinder, and octagon barrel are constructed of steel and are blued. The Pietta 1851 Confederate Navy Black Powder Revolver comes with fixed front and rear sights.
- Replicates the original Civil war gun
- Blued steel barrel and cylinder
- Brass frame and trigger guard
- Octagon barrel
- Walnut grips
- Fixed sights
This gun was turned into a "Cut and Shoot" by Wolf Huhn. It has a satin finished blade with leather wrap that attaches to the but where the ram rod plunger would go. Has a false top edge, .175" blade stock and 2.100" blade depth. Has some scratches, otherwise good condition. Comes with a Cabelas zippered gun case.