The Single Action Army is one of the best known western revolvers to-date. This 1873 Black Colt Army Revolver recreates one of the first generations of this gun, possessing enough details to make this replica look like a real western pistol. Originally, during the Colt Single Action Army first run, it was produced in a variety of lengths. This pistol, with its 5.5 inch long barrel, would have been defined as an artillery pistol, with shorter 4 inch barrels being made for civilians and gunfighters, while longer 7 inch barrels were standard for cavalry pistols. This beautiful replica has a simulated wood grip, as well as a stunning blued metal finish that gives the revolver a blackened look that is typical of most western outlaws. The replica features a working single action and a shell ejector, as well as a rotating cylinder, which makes it a blast to handle, whether you are just enjoying the feel of a good replica pistol or actually carrying it as a stunning prop pistol. The overall length of the pistol is 11 inches. Please note that this pistol was made as a replica and in spite of its realistic look and any moving parts it may possess, it cannot be converted into a working firearm. Gun collectors and enthusiasts of all ages would no doubt love to own their own Colt Single Action Army, and thanks to this 1873 Black Colt Army Revolver, they can have a first generation single action army replica that is as handsome today as it was all those years ago, when it first came off the production line.
- An Greatly Detailed Replica of the 1873 Colt Single Action Army
- Has an Incredibly Real Look and Feel
- Features a Working Single Action and Shell Ejector
- Has a Simulated Wood Grip and a Black Finish
- A Non-Firing Replica Revolver
- A Great Collectible, Prop Weapon, or Gift Idea
- Barrel Length: 5.5 Inches
- Overall Length: 11 Inches
- Overall Weight: 1.8 lbs.