COLT 1851 Navy old Army Revolver gun Gunsmith Plans For Sale - New and Used

COLT 1851 Navy old Army Revolver gun Gunsmith Plans

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COLT 1851 Navy old Army Revolver gun Gunsmith Plans :

Colt1851 NavyRevolver Old Gun (black) Blueprints 1:1 Scale Plans

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This aprox. 36" X 23" printing of Every Detail you can think of to do with the Colt Navy M1851 Cap & Ballrevolver

Early 1851 .36 cal. Black Powder cap and ball Pistol

( similar internal action as the Colt 1861 Navy & 1860Army Revolvers )

Full Size plans of every aspect, Every angle, w/ measurements of this historical Firearm,


these plans are intended to aid some one in building aColt Navyfrom scratch , Kit or parts , I have evenhad customers plan onmaking them out of wood !

including the different hammer timing positions in relation to the hand ,cylinder stop, & cylinder

Originaly drawn in 1967 before you could get the reproductions available today

This is a black & white copy of the Vintage original, Made in England. Will be shipped rolled in a quality ridgedtube.

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The following text is from Wikapedia about the Colt1851 Navy& it's history, Worth reading if you have the time....

Samuel Colt designed the Colt Revolving Belt Pistol of Naval Caliber (i.e., .36 cal) between 1847 and 1850 - the actual year of introduction. It remained in production until 1873, when revolvers using fixed cartridges came into widespread use. Total production numbers were exceeded only by the Colt Pocket models in concurrent development, and numbered some 250,000 domestic units and about 22,000 produced in the Colt London Armory.

The designation "Colt 1851 Navy" was applied by collectors, though the popular name "Navy Revolver" is of early origin, as the gun was frequently called the "Colt Revolving Belt Pistol of Naval Caliber." The cylinder was engraved with a scene of the victory of the Second Texas Navy at the Battle of Campeche in May 1843. The Texas Navy had purchased the earlier Colt Paterson Revolver, but this was Colt's first major success in the gun trade; the naval theme of the engraved cylinder of the Colt 1851 Navy revolver was Colt's gesture of appreciation. Despite the "Navy" designation, the revolver was chiefly purchased by civilians and military land forces.

Famous "Navy" users included Wild Bill Hickok, Richard Francis Burton, Ned Kelly, and Robert E. Lee. Usage continued long after more modern cartridge revolvers were introduced in 1873.

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