Richard Mason conversions of the 1860 Army were made mostly between 1877 and 1878 with about 2,100 produced. These featured a special made barrel which did not have the loading lever area cut -out but was left solid and the ejector rod and housing both came to the breech of the barrel. Firing pin was located on the hammer as these replicas are. Grips are a one piece made of European walnut with a satin finish. Steel frame. Barrel is blued 8" and caliber .44 Colt. Tapered round - .735 at breech to .690 at muzzle. Front sight silver blade. Rear sight is V notch in hammer nose. Broached rifling .006" deep. 6 lands -.417 and 6 grooves -.429. 1 in 16 twist. Six shot. Features blued steel furniture. Color casehardened frame and hammer. Cylinder engraved / Naval scene. 13 1/2" overall and weighs 2 1/2 lbs.
Modern handgun rules apply. (See F.A.Q. #7).
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Manufactured by Uberti/Italy.
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