7 1/2" barrelStyle: Military cut for stockCase hardened cut for stock frameStandard blue finish1 piece walnut grip
Considered by many as the most attractive of the percussion revolvers, the 1861 Navy is a streamlined version of the 1860 Army model, but with a 7 1/2-inch barrel, rather than the army model's 8-incher. This .36 caliber six-shooter wears the '51 Navy's roll engraved naval battle between the Texas and Mexican navies, and although only 38,843 were produced between the years of 1861-1873, it found favor with all who used it throughout the War Between the States and on the Western frontier afterwards. General George Custer owned a pair, and New Mexico U.S. Marshal A. Cutler packed an ivory-stocked '61 Navy. Cimarron's 1861 Navy has kept the looks and heft of the originals.
WARNING: To the state of California, this product is known to have chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, and harm to the reproductive system.