Navy Arms 44. Cal Black Powder Revolver




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Don't tred sway: Is there a way I can convert this gun to cartridges/regular .44 cal bullets? 

lee sherman: The black powder people say all steel is the way to go.

CCCRanger: @katazone all Original Colts have Steelframes , only the Gripframe was brass (Londoner Colts have stell gripframes) ...only the confederated CW Coltcopy from Grisworld&Gunnison have Brassframe an a round Barrel...The Original Navy Colts all in Cal 36(9,2mm) only the Army 1860,The walker 1847,and the Colt Dragoon have Cal:44 ..Brassframes and Cal:44 navys modern Idea of the Gunfactorys

iseehaters: nice love black power.., 44 ass kicking power..

curly27784: @SWAT487 You are correct.

Brutaka921: That is the most epic intro ever.

134heavensent: how much is it worth

soutwi: that thing u did at the start was AWESOME!!

StreakySquirrel1313: 0:01 thought i was about to be rick rolled again.

Homemade Stuffz: @TheAlexagius more guns are legal in england

DavidPrime83: NOW that my frainds is a mans revolver

OliverDeLaEnfield: @svn43075 you can even rest the hammer between the chambers.

Brandon Mcreary: @Westfak Dude this isnt medieval, medieval didnt have guns. Man did you replace your brains with crap or some thing?

unpicked1: @Westfak Your a few hundred years off, Einstein.

HsingG32: this gun looks so nice

nzigen31: You got a beautiful piece of work! cheers

MultiWizzler: First, this isn't the 1851 Navy, it's more likely to be Leech & Rigdon revolver used by the Confederacy. The 1851 Navy had an octagonal barrel. Check it on Google. Second, this is a Pietta made gun, easily recognizable by the distinctive "tail" on the grip. The frame of your gun is brass but it's weathered and pitted and looks like iron. Pietta manufactures guns that never existed like the .44 caliber Navies. This gun was originally a .36 caliber just like the Navies.

TheAlexagius: only pistols legal in england lol

stianerher: That shotgun in the begining, i think i maybe got one of those, from my grandpha.

Sublimoo: SHOOT IT

pantleg1: hardin used 60 army!

OrLoK: There were medieval powder weapons. Not revolvers though. :)

Alec Flood: beautiful. they don't make 'em like they used to.

KalasPuffar: @Westfak You are a freaking retard.

hellomynameisnipple: not an accurate replica but still cool.

Jacques Chirac: fire the damn thing

Lobatschewsky: Do you know where can I get the loading data for this pistol?

khalilamd1: Please!, which is the name of video sound +5*****

deepwoodskentuckian: @katazone from the markings it is one of the older ones they started making well navy arms did back i think in the late 50s to early 70s. its quite the pistol as the majority you see are made by uberti pieti and others these days

GunsNpolitics: Very nice. I am wanting to get one of these that will accept a conversion cylinder to shoot .45 long colt. BTW, I'm glad you fixed the sound on your Puma .44mag video. I love that video.

curly27784: @svn43075 That is a cap & ball revolver. If you loaded and capped all 6 chambers and then "rested" the hammer on a cap, the gun would most likely discharge if you dropped it and it landed on the hammer. However, most '51 Navy revolvers have a notch in between each chamber where you can rest the hammer safely, allowing all 6 chambers to be loaded and capped.

mnoel2007: @yllibotiv He used a .36 caliber. Traditions makes a replica now.

katazone: Beautiful gun. Which company did you purchase this one from. Were you able to order it in that finish? I've seen many originals, and am particularly attracted to when they used to make them in iron, without the brass platting. This one seems to also have some sort of vintage finish. Can you help? I know there is Uberti and Pietta. Thanks.

BikerTrashWolf: I prefer the 1858 New Army. I just like the idea of the top strap over the cylinder to brace everything up.

unpicked1: @katazone My Grandfather got it at an auction a long time ago.

TheAlexagius: @xxweaponsxx123 i'm sorry the only pistols i know others are legal "proper" pistols are pretty much banned

d31445: coool gun even older than the gun he used in his first Indian movie jons

Biclops Bob: @unpicked1 .....grandpa's rock.

svn43075: I'm planning get one. Question, can't you load all 6-chambers and "gently" rest hammer back onto the loaded chambers if it was roostered ?

Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.
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