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Denix 1873 Western Frontier Replica Revolver Cap Gun with Faux Ivory Grips Gray Finish


MSRP: $60.00
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The Frontier is a classic single action cavalry revolver used by military and citizens alike. This reproduction features a 5.5" barrel, faux ivory grips, and realistic working action. Spin the cylinder, pull the trigger, and drop the hammer just like the original.

This high-end replica revolver is also designed to fire caps. When used in conjunction with our Denix Cap shells, you will have one of the best cap guns available anywhere today! Please note, these are not toys made for children. A staple in the world of Western gun replicas, you will love this beautiful, replica model for its handcrafted authenticity and accuracy to size and weight.

Denix Cap Gun Features
  • Perfect for re-enactors or as a stage prop
  • high-end Super Quality Cap Gun
  • Fires 6 pull off caps (Not included)
  • Museum Quality Historical Reproduction
  • Cannot fire and cannot be altered to fire live rounds
  • Authentic size and weight of actual gun

  • Length: 12"
  • Barrel Length: 5.5"
  • Weight: 2.4lbs

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  • 4
    Excellent replica

    Posted by Daron C on Oct 7th 2023

    I bought this for a prop and it was perfect. Finish is not quite as good as the nickel but at arms length no one would know it.

  • 5
    great first replica

    Posted by Christopher Wiles on Aug 13th 2023

    This is one of my frst replicas and i gotta say, its pretty good. screws around the trigger area would kinda unscrew themselves if i cocked the hammer too much but i just tightened em down.

  • 4
    The gun

    Posted by Jose Flores on Jan 5th 2023

    It is a very good gun, good weight and feel but the trigger guard chokes up on my middle finger and the dips in the handle for you finger are too close for me but overall good. I also had something with the trigger locking slanted to the right when I cock the hammer but does not effect it in any other way.