New Uberti 1860 Army Black Powder .44 Caliber 8" Barrel (3539)(UB040) – Rebel Gun Works
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New Uberti 1860  Army Black Powder .44 Caliber 8" Barrel (3539)(UB040)
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New Uberti 1860 Army Black Powder .44 Caliber 8" Barrel (3539)(UB040)


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1. In-store pickup is available for this firearm from our store:

• 1 Atherton Street, Woolloongabba, Qld 4102

• For Queensland licence holders: Apply for your Permit to Acquire here.

2. Shipping is available if the following criteria is strictly met:

• For customers outside of Queensland, you must elect a registered dealer for interstate transfer and use these details in 'shipping address' at the checkout

Western Australian Dealers & Residents ONLY: we can send firearms via TNT to Roy Alexander & Sons in Perth ONLY.

• For Queensland licence holders, you must apply for your Permit to Acquire here and elect your licenced address as the 'shipping address'.

Ammunition must be purchased separately in another order. In accordance with Queensland law, firearms can not be legally sent with ammunition. Dangerous goods shipping is required.

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  • 1860 ARMY

    The 1851 Navy was a scaled up .36 caliber version of the 1849 Pocket Model. The handy, more powerful revolver immediately found a following among soldiers and civilians alike and was eventually adopted by both the U.S. and the British military. By the start of the Civil War, Colt had refined the Navy into a sleek, streamlined weapon with an improved loading lever. The 1861 Navy is often acclaimed as Colt’s most handsome pistol. Colt worked to perfect his cap and ball revolver, designing the 1860 Army around a lightweight frame, but chambered for the more powerful .44 caliber ball. The first models featured fluted cylinders, while later models incorporated a belted cylinder for added strength and a “creeping” loading lever for easier loading. The sleek 1860 Army is considered to be the ultimate combat handgun of the percussion era.

  • Length of Barrel:8"
  • Overall Length:13.78″
  • Weight:2.62 lbs
  • Barrel:Forged steelFrame:Forged steel and color case
  • Twist:LeftCylinder:
  • Engraved or FlutedTriggerguard:BrassGrip:
  • One piece walnut
  • Magazine tube capacity:6





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