44 REB Confederate Brass- Walnut
- "Navy Type" revolver identified with the Confederate manufacturers Griswold & Gunnison, and Leech & Rigdon.
- Brass was used for the frames because of the scarcity of iron in the United States.
- Modeled after the Colt Navy and features a blued 7-1/2" octagon barrel.
- This 6-shot single active revolver was one of the most widely used.
- Grips: Walnut
- Caliber: .44
- Barrel: Blued Octagonal
- Barrel Length: 7.375"
- Action: Single
- Trigger Guard: Brass
- Weight: 2.75 lbs
- Overall Length: 13.5"
Unit of Measure: EA