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Traditions™ 1851 Navy Pistol Redi-Pak
$379.00

Traditions™ 1851 Navy Pistol Redi-Pak


The Traditions™ Navy PIstol Redi-Pak is ready-to-use with convenient instruction guide, containing almost everything you need to get your working pistol to the field. The package includes EZ-Clean™ lubed cleaning patches, wonder wads and solvent, coupled with a pocket brush set, make cleaning and loading a breeze. Also included are .44 caliber round balls, primer capper, nipple wrench, powder measure and powder flask, leaving you only needing primer caps. 

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$379.00
$379.00 - $379.00
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SKU FRS18511

Description


The Traditions™ Navy PIstol Redi-Pak is ready-to-use with convenient instruction guide, containing almost everything you need to get your working pistol to the field. The package includes EZ-Clean™ lubed cleaning patches, wonder wads and solvent, coupled with a pocket brush set, make cleaning and loading a breeze. Also included are .44 caliber round balls, primer capper, nipple wrench, powder measure and powder flask, leaving you only needing primer caps. 

The reliable Calvary sidearm that helped tame the West. Union Army soldiers and mounted soldiers were typically issued sidearm revolvers designed for the time. They relied heavily on these revolvers for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique and highly sought-after because it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued as the sidearm of choice to officers and mounted soldiers. However some were purchased privately or found scattered on the battlefield by infantrymen.

Distinguished by its octagon barrel and lever style loader, the Model 1851 helped to begin both the expansion of the West and the Civil War. The 1851 Navy Revolver is commonly considered to be one of gunfighter “Wild Bill” Hickok’s favorite handguns. The British government licensed the manufacturing rights and produced what is commonly known as the London Model. This revolver features a 7.375" octagonal barrel, brass frame, brass guard, and walnut grip. It is available in .44 caliber, weighs 2.5 lbs., and is 13.5" in length.

Specifications

Caliber
.44 CALIBER
Barrel
7 3/8" OCTAGONAL BLUED BARREL
Trigger
SINGLE TRIGGER
Pistol Stock
WALNUT HARDWOOD GRIP
Pistol Frame
SOLID BRASS CONSTRUCTION
Sights
HAMMER/BLADE SIGHTS
Length
13.5" OVERALL LENGTH
Ignition
.44 CAL PERCUSSION IGNITION
Total Weight
2 LBS, 6 OZ
Loading
SOLID STEEL LOADING LEVER
Twist Rate
1:30 RATE OF TWIST
Lubed Patches
YES
Wonder Wads
YES
EZ-Clean Solvent
YES
Powder Flask
YES
Powder Measure
YES
Cleaning Kit
POCKET KIT
Nipple Wrench
YES
Capper
YES
Bullets
.44 CALIBER BALLS
Traditions Warranty
YES

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Customer Reviews

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Lovell Moran
Traditions™ 1851 Navy Pistol Redi-Pak

Just add caps (good luck finding them), powder and your ready to shoot. This is a great kit for the price. I like it and thats what counts. The pistol is very well made and accessories are very good quality.

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Eric B.
Great package for the price!

So far I'm very pleased with the kit. The accessories are better quality than I expected and the pistol appears very well made, though I haven't had a chance to shoot it yet. The powder flask seems very well made. I didn't see a marking telling me how many grain the included spout contained, but I may have missed it. The cleaning kit, powder measure and everything else are all very nice. Just a couple of things, the gun needed to be cleaned inside and out. There was some residue of the milling inside the barrel and trigger mechanism but it cleaned out just fine. And of course that plastic packaging... I tried two different can openers, tin snips, scissors and garden shears trying to get into it without damaging any of the contents. Slow and steady with a tile knife did the trick but it would be nice if the packaging were a bit more consumer friendly.

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Lucas shearer
Awesome!

Ive had mine for about a year now and although it is a lower end model and I've had to replace the cylinder finger spring and the cylinder lock and trigger spring, I still have no regrets what so ever in purchasing it.

Now, you're probably wondering why I still gave it 5 stars even though it broke on me twice... Well, not only is it a blast to shoot but because of the spring replacements that I've done my self, it has taught me a lot about the gun and its history, assuming that it's as close to the original 1851 as possible. With all my guns, I always take them apart and try to get familiar with its internals. I like knowing how things work.

Not only am I impressed with the gun it's self, but the kit that came with it was great. It's an awesome starter pack to get someone interested in black powder firearms as well as get them intrigued by its history and how far we have actually come in the firearms world. It certainly got me hooked!!