1860 Army Civilian
The 1860 Army revolver was adopted as US government ordnance because of its lighter weight, improved balance, and superior ballistics. This 6-shot percussion revolver became very popular with mounted troops and went on to be the issued sidearm for the US Army for many years. The 1860 army steel civilian model features a forged steel frame without shoulder stock cuts or screws, round barrel, fixed front blade sight, ratchet style loading lever, rebated cylinder with a roll engraved navy battle scene, brass backstrap and brass triggerguard, and an Army sized walnut grip. A conversion cylinder is available for this model that is a drop-in conversion to smokeless .45LC/.45Schofield ammunition.
|Barrel Length||8" Round|
|Finish||Case Hardened Frame|
|Sights||Blade Front Sight, Rear Sight Notch In Hammer|
|Action Version||Taylor Tuning Not Available|