Often referred to as "The Gun that Won the West," the M1873's short barrel allowed for a quick and easy draw. It was designed in 1872 and had an initial manufacturing run of 68 years, and, after a few short eras of hiatus, is once again back in production. The weapon saw service in numerous conflicts from the Indian Wars to the World War I, and is considered one of the most legendary guns in American history.
This finely detailed reproduction of the classic gun — the authentic size and weight of the original — features an intricately engraved design, a stylish polished nickel finish, a working action with hammer and trigger, a scroll-operated barrel, frame, and cylinder, and realistic wooden grips. 4¾" barrel, 10½" long.