Posted September 10, 2018 8:00 am by Comments

By William Bell

EMF 1858 Buffalo Bill Commemorative revolver


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The second most-issued percussion revolver during the Civil War has become known as the Remington Model 1858. This designation is somewhat erroneous, however, as it’s based on the date of September 14, 1858, when the patent was granted to inventor Fordyce Beals. The first version was called the Remington-Beals Army revolver, and it had a large frame, an 8-inch barrel and a six-shot cylinder in .44 caliber. Beals had …Read the Rest

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