Cimarron 1872 Open Top Army Revolvers
Cimarron's 1872 Open Top, like the original revolver in their collection it was reproduced from, combines the sleek, graceful lines of the caplock sixguns of the 1860s with the convenience of a modern metallic cartridge revolver.
Rather than convert the older percussion arms, the Remington factory began manufacturing their popular New Model Army revolvers as metallic cartridge guns. The I 858 New Model Army--a .44 bore handgun--was originally converted to either
.46 rimfire or .44 rimfire and centerfire metallic cartridges and priced for the civilian trade at a whopping $9 per copy. On the other hand, the New Model Navy revolvers were percussion arms returned to Remington by the U.S. Navy
to be converted to .38 centerfire.
You must be 21 years or older to buy this item.
WARNING: To the state of California, this product is known to have chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, and harm to the reproductive system.