- 1851 REB Confederate, designed by Samuel Colt, a six-shot, percussion, black powder, 44 cal., Front-loaded revolver with a brass frame. Trigger cover (bow), handle fittings made of polished brass. 7.357 inch round barrel.
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Colt 1851 REB Confederate .44, a Samuel Colt designed six-shot black powder percussion revolver .44 front-loaded with open frame.
In 1851, the revolver was introduced to the US Navy, despite the Colt Navy name, it was sold in larger quantities to the army than to the navy. The reputation of the Navy Colt's revolver soon reached England, where in 1852 Samuel Colt built the only factory outside the United States. The revolvers produced at this factory in the years 1853-1856 were called Navy London.
Construction - brass frame (open skeleton). The barrel and the barrel are black oxidised. Grip covers made of walnut wood. 7,375"round barrel, 1-30" thread pitch.
Trigger - trigger guard (bow) and the grip fittings made of polished brass. The trigger tensioning mechanism allows two positions: half tense, designed to put the hoods on fireplaces, and tense to fire.
Lever(stamp), hinged under the barrel of the revolver, intended for pressing lead balls in the chambers of the drum.
Product Number: CFT44
Name: 1851 REB Confederate .44
Lock type: Percussion
Trigger mechanism:SA (single action)
Frame type: Open brass
Handle: Walnut wood
Barrel shape: Round
Overall Length: 335.28 mm / 13.2"
Barrel length: 187.33 mm / 7.375"
Height: 125 mm / 4.92"
Width: 40 mm / 1.57"
Thread Pitch: 1:30
Weight: 1100 g / 38.8 oz
Producer: Pietta, Italy
The degree of granulation is marked with the letter F:
- 1F or FG - powder with the largest grains, used for large-caliber weapons or gun replicas.
- 2F or FFG - For use with guns with a caliber of .45 or greater.
- 3F or FFFG - the most popular gunpowder variety, used for revolvers and shotguns up to .45 caliber.
- 4F or FFFFG - finest grain size, used in guns with a caliber of .31 or less.
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