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Colt 1860 Richards Conversion Nickel Type 1 in 44 Cal

Colt 1860 Richards Conversion Nickel Type 1 in 44 Cal
Colt 1860 Richards Conversion Nickel Type 1 in 44 Cal
In stock
SKU:^ANT3734
Price: $11,500.00
Features:

A genuine Colt 1860 with a Richards Conversion, All matching numbers and original nickel finish! A super rare firearm to obtain in this condition. Grades at 90% with a full scene on the cylinder. Appears to be in working condition. Screws show handling marks from service. A must have for anyone who collects rare Colts. More than 200,000 were manufactured from 1860 through 1873. Colt's biggest customer was the US Government with no less than 129,730 units being purchased and issued to the troops. The weapon was a single-action, six-shot weapon accurate up to 75 to 100 yards, where the fixed sights were typically set when manufactured. The rear sight was a notch in the hammer, only usable when the revolver was fully cocked. The Colt .44-caliber “Army" Model was the most widely used revolver of the Civil War. It had a six-shot, rotating cylinder, and fired a 0.454-inch-diameter (11.5 mm) round spherical lead ball, or a conical-tipped bullet, typically propelled by a 30-grain charge of black powder, which was ignited by a small copper percussion cap that contained a volatile charge of fulminate of mercury (a substance that explodes upon being subjected to a sharp impact). The percussion cap, when struck by the hammer, ignited the powder charge. When fired, balls had a muzzle velocity of about 900 feet per second (274 meters/second), although this depended on how much powder one loaded it with. Inventory #ANT3734

Model: 1860RICHARDS
Manufacturer: COLT MFG CO INC
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