This massive revolver was a favorite among Confederate troops. The LeMat Confederate Civil War Revolver was an absolute beast of a pistol, one that combined a hardy bullet with the impressive kick of a shotgun blast. Designed by Jean Alexander LeMat of New Orleans, this pistol was distinctive because it combined the features of a typical revolver with a shotgun. This pistol had a nine-shot cylinder, which ensured a fairly hefty level of firepower, while also featuring a single, smooth-bore barrel that housed a single shotgun shell, allowing for a very powerful blast to be delivered from point-blank range. This stunning Confederate pistol replica features an impressively detailed appearance that makes it seem real. The replica pistol features a working single action and loading lever, which means that the hammer cocks back and the trigger squeezes. That makes this replica an absolute blast to handle. It has a plain metal finish on the frame of the pistol, which only enhances its look, while the simulated checkered wood grip fits nicely in the hand. Please note that this is a replica revolver and that in spite of its realistic look and its moving parts, it cannot be converted into a working firearm. Also, it should not be excessively dry fired. Confederate collectors will leap at the chance to include this LeMat Confederate Civil War Revolver in their own collection.
- A Decorative, Non-Firing Replica
- A Detailed Replica of the LeMat Revolver
- Has an Incredibly Real Look and Feel
- Features a Working Single Action and Loading Lever
- Has a Simulated Checkered Wood Grip and Metal Finish
- A Great Collectible, Prop Weapon, or Gift Idea
- Length: 14 Inches
- Weight: 3.6 lbs.