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The Colt Model 1861 Navy cap & ball .36-caliber revolver was a six-shot, single-action percussion weapon produced by Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1861 until 1873. It incorporated the "creeping" or ratchet loading lever and round barrel of the .44-caliber Army Model of 1860 but had a barrel one half inch shorter, at 7.5 inches. Total production was 38,000 revolvers.[1][2]

The Colt Model 1861 Navy cap & ball .36-caliber revolver was a six-shot, single-action percussion weapon produced by Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1861 until 1873. It incorporated the "creeping" or ratchet loading lever and round barrel of the .44-caliber Army Model of 1860 but had a barrel one half inch shorter, at 7.5 inches. Total production was 38,000 revolvers.[1][2]

Colt Whitneyville Hartford. For mounted Dragoons. A variation of Colt's 1st Model using the Walker, or 'horse pistol' frame.

Colt Whitneyville Hartford. For mounted Dragoons. A variation of Colt's 1st Model using the Walker, or 'horse pistol' frame.

Confederate revolvers, made in Georgia, North Carolina Museum of History, accession numbers 1963.22.14-15

Confederate revolvers, made in Georgia, North Carolina Museum of History, accession numbers 1963.22.14-15

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – 1864, was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a .36 caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

Griswold & Gunnison revolver that was made in Griswoldsville, Georgia. From 1862 – 1864, was 13 inches long, weighed 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and used a .36 caliber round ball. ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

Dutch East Indies 91 9.4 MM caliber revolver. Dutch crest on the right frame. British proofed .

Dutch East Indies 91 9.4 MM caliber revolver. Dutch crest on the right frame. British proofed .

This original 1860 Colt Army revolver would be a most fine addition to any collection of fine arms. A Colt 44 Cal Revolver dating to the Civil War.

This original 1860 Colt Army revolver would be a most fine addition to any collection of fine arms. A Colt 44 Cal Revolver dating to the Civil War.

Size Comparison of Colt Percussion Revolvers: (top-to-bottom) Walker (1847), Dragoon (3rd Model - 1851), Navy (1851) and Police (1862)

Size Comparison of Colt Percussion Revolvers: (top-to-bottom) Walker (1847), Dragoon (3rd Model - 1851), Navy (1851) and Police (1862)

44 Caliber Colt Revolver

44 Caliber Colt Revolver

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The Milliken Dragoon  Colt’s third revolver model was the Dragoon. This .44-caliber six-shooter was presented to Col. P. M. Milliken, probably in the 1850s. Milliken served with the 1st Ohio Volunteer cavalry in the Union Army and died leading a saber charge against Confederate troops near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in 1862. The Colt became a family heirloom and was handed down from generation to generation before Cali bought it.

The Milliken Dragoon Colt’s third revolver model was the Dragoon. This .44-caliber six-shooter was presented to Col. P. M. Milliken, probably in the 1850s. Milliken served with the 1st Ohio Volunteer cavalry in the Union Army and died leading a saber charge against Confederate troops near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in 1862. The Colt became a family heirloom and was handed down from generation to generation before Cali bought it.

Colt 1851 Augusta Rare Confederate Augusta Machine Works Percussion Six-Notch Style Revolver with Historic Confederate Inscription Known as the Revolver of Colt Model 1851 Navy type, these rare Confederate revolvers were manufactured circa 1861 to 1864 with a total production of only about 100 and only a few are known today. These revolvers were very well made and (like most Confederate revolvers) are almost identical in appearance to the Colt Model 1851 Navy revolvers. Among the revolvers…

Colt 1851 Augusta Rare Confederate Augusta Machine Works Percussion Six-Notch Style Revolver with Historic Confederate Inscription Known as the Revolver of Colt Model 1851 Navy type, these rare Confederate revolvers were manufactured circa 1861 to 1864 with a total production of only about 100 and only a few are known today. These revolvers were very well made and (like most Confederate revolvers) are almost identical in appearance to the Colt Model 1851 Navy revolvers. Among the revolvers…

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