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1858 Remington .44 Caliber New Army Revolver with Redi-Pak

   

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Much in demand because of its 1-piece frame and superior internal construction, this hefty 1858 Remington® .44 Caliber New Army Revolver, originally manufactured by Remington, saw wide-spread use during the Civil War. .44 caliber. 8'' octagonal blued, single action with brass frame and walnut grip. 2-3/4 lbs. Top strap and post sights. Redi-Pak includes round balls; nipple wrench; cleaning brush; cleaning swab; brass flask; #11 brass capper; brass powder measure; bore cleaning solvent; cleaning patches; wonderlube.
Manufacturer model #: FRS18581.

  • .44 caliber
  • 1-piece construction
  • 8'' octogonal barrel, blued
  • Brass frame with walnut barrel
  • Top strap and post sights
  • Redi-Pak starter kit included
1858 Remington .44 Caliber New Army Revolver with Redi-Pak 4.6 5 5 5
Old Reliable This is a very easy to use, simple to clean, and simple to load replica firearm. They are very beautiful, feel nice to hold, and bring a thrill to shoot. They are as tough as the wild country they helped to tame, and every bit as bold. Highly recommended. February 17, 2013
.4333 I bought this as a side arm for blackpowder season last year. It shoots well with 30 gr. Pretty accurate. The only thing I would like for everyone to know about this product that I didnt pickup when I bought mine is it is not a true 44, I took mine to a gunsmith and had it mic`t to .4333. They do make a .4333 ball but not just any store\gunshop has them. Had I known it was going to be a hastle I would have bought a rugar which is a true 44 . October 18, 2010
great pistol The 1858 Remington is a great pistol. Easy to load, and to clean. Changing cylinders is a little difficult at first, but got the hang of it after a few times. It is also very accurate out to 25 yards... very good for a pistol. September 30, 2010
excilent weapon as a member of the SCV i purchaced this weapon for living history events. Since then i have been shooting target and have done some hunting with it. It is a very fine weapon and I am very glad I purchased it. It is very acurate and dependable. I never knew just how much fun it was to shoot black powder pistol until I got this one. October 29, 2008
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No, brass frame revolvers should never be used with a conversion cylinder....plus they are expensive and sometimes need some tooling to make everything lock up right...with the price of this gun, plus the price of the conversion, and then the possibility of having to work on it to make it work, you might as well just get an 1873 replica that is already built for 45LC..
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Now don't quote me but I do NOT think the chambers are interchangable
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It may but it is not recommended due to the fact that it has a brass frame. You need to be careful not to use loads with too much recoil or frame may warp with time. The dimensions should be the same as the original pistol. But again, stick to light black powder loads only.
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see item # 38-888-519-00
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I believe item number 58-888-519-00 is the cylinder that fits the 1858 Remington .44 cal.
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Walnut Barrel?

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•Brass frame with walnut barrel
2 years, 6 months ago
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Should be Octagonal Barrel and Walnut Pistol Grip !
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As I have taken mine apart to clean it thoroughly many times, I can verify that mine does have real walnut wood grips.
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Rifled or smooth bore?

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Are the barrels on these black powder pistols rifled or are they smooth bore?
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Most I have used, around ten or so ALL had rifiled groves. Now its not much of a grove but it will put a "spin' on a ball
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rifled
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Both the Remington's and Colt's have rifling. The only difference between newly manufactured Colt's and vintage colts is that the rifling is not progressive. It means the rifling is of constant twist rate. The lead balls are slightly shaved as they are loaded into the cylinder.

The Loaded lead balls or bullets are slightly over size relative to the barrel dimensions and are able to to engage the rifling. The pure lead may also deform to engage the rifling due the pressure of the powder blast as well.
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does it have a case with it

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No only the box they come in.
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no... have to buy that seperate
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Does not come with a case. You can purchase a soft case for about $6.00.
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i dont believe it does
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This pistol does not use "bullets", but instead utilizes a .44 caliber lead ball propelled by the ignition of black powder with a brass percussion cap as a catalyst. It is generally loaded using cotton wadding, and each cylinder sealed off after it is loaded with grease, wax, or some other approved substance to prevent cross-firing of cylinders.
To my experience, everything you will ever need for using this pistol can be purchased at BassPro. I also purchased some very nice accessories for it from BassPro years ago, such as the powderhorn and a nice case for carrying percussion caps.
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I use Hornady .454 lead balls... would also recommend buying the Traditions cylinder loading stand... makes reloading much easier.
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Generally the Redi-Pac comes with .454 lead balls. The slightly larger ball diameter is design to provide a snug fit when pressed into the cylinder. You should see some slight lead shaving when the ball is pressed into the cylinder. This is normal.
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this uses a .44 musket ball found in the black powder section of your local pass pro, and i believeit take a #10 cap and pyrodex makes a neat preformed and measured black powder capsule get the .44 with 30 grain also get some wonderwads for packing or you can use packing grease, youtube has alot of posts on how to load these guns safely
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Pietta in Italy.
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From what I understand Pietta in Italy.
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F.Llipietta. The gun is made in Italy
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can you mail black powder guns to me in south africa and what wil the cost be to do that.from you to pretoria,gauteng area.
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No these are not considered by the ATF to be a Modern weapon and therefor do not need to be registered and can be sent right to your front door, how cool is that.
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Generally since black powder guns are considered primitive weapons, gun permits are not normally necessary to carry or purchase them. Best to check with your local sheriff office or go on-line to find out your state laws concerning owning and carrying black powder weapons.
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you may want to double check with local hunting officials but i know here in tennessee it is not required
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You will have to check your local and state regulations and laws for that answer. Your local conservation agent is a good place to start.
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