The 1849 & Wells Fargo models were some of the first pocket sized revolvers. Both are equally popular and the 1849 Pocket includes a loading lever while the Wells Fargo model does not. The 1849 Pocket features a forged steel case hardened frame, a 5-shot cylinder with a stage coach roll engraved scene, walnut pocket sized grip, octagonal barrel, navy style loading lever, brass backstrap & triggerguard, and a brass post front sight. There is no conversion cylinder available for this model.
|Barrel Length||4" Octagonal|
|Finish||Blue Finish with Case Hardened Frame|
|Sights||Brass Post Front Sight, Rear Sight Notch In Hammer|
|Action Version||Taylor Tuning Not Available|