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Calvary 1873 Revolver Deluxe Boxed


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Fires Caps!

The 1873 the single-action army revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totaling about 350,000 pieces. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popularized. Used by legends like Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok, Pat Garret and Bat Masterson it was also the weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century. The Cavalry Models relatively long barrel provided excellent accuracy in capable hands.

Designed perfectly to the size and weight of the original, this replica features real working action of the cylinder, hammer, and trigger, and an antique grey or nickel finish that adds a touch of authenticity. From the 7" cavalry barrel to the beautiful wood grips, the Colt Cavalry 1873 is the centerpiece of any Western handguns collection.

This high-end replica revolver is also designed to fire caps. When used in conjunction with the included Denix Cap shells, you will have one of the best cap guns available anywhere today! These are not toys made for children.

Denix Cap Gun Features
  • Authentic size and weight of actual gun
  • Museum quality reproduction
  • High-end Super Quality Cap Gun
  • 6 Cap Shells Included
  • Fires 6 pull off caps (Not included)
  • Does not fire real ammunition and cannot be altered to do so
  • Constructed from quality wood and metal by dedicated craftsmen at Denix

  • Barrel Length: 7"
  • Overall Length: 12 1/2"
  • Weight: 2lbs

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    OK Toy

    Posted by Robert on Aug 18th 2023

    This is ok. It really is nothing like a real one. They did cast this out of more metal than most toys so it has somewhat of a better heft to it. But make no mistake, this is a toy. The action is pretty bad I doubt this will last long functionally. Nothing functionally about this is even close to a real single action army.