Entering service in 1873, the Colt single action revolver was one of the most influential weapons of the era, known as the "Gun That Won the West." It came in various barrel lengths including the "Buntline Special" which featured an intimidating 12" barrel. This black and gold reproduction — a cap-firing replica of the Buntline Special, and the authentic size and weight of the original — features a free-spinning six-shot cylinder, an opening loading gate, and stylish wooden grips. 18" total length. 12" barrel.