|Item number||Designation||Category||Length (cm)||Weight (g)||MSRP||Stock|
|Item number CD1108L||Designation Peacemaker||Category Free sale||Length (cm) 30.5||Weight (g) 975||MSRP 72 € incl. tax||
The available products can be ordered by your gunsmith who will be delivered in 24 / 48h, unavailable products are being replenished, but your gunsmith may have in stock, ask!
Non-pulling replica, for decoration only. All functional moving parts.
Faithful and quality manufacturing, wood and metal. Realistic dimensions and weights.
Replica delivered alone without support. Completely removable.
Reproduction of a 5½ "revolver in metal and plastic handles imitation ivory, with mechanism for simulating loading and cooking and rotary drum.
The Peacemaker revolver, also known as the Single Action Army (from SAA), was designed by Samuel Colt in 1873 and was manufactured with different barrel lengths: the short version of 4.75 inches, the longer forms, 5, 5 and 7.5 inches, or the imposing "Buntline Special", 12 inches.
This weapon was initially used by the American army. However, within a few years, most American citizens had taken one of these revolvers. The fact that he used ammunition of the same caliber as the Winchester M1873 rifle contributed to its popularization as a short weapon in the old west of North America in the late 19th century.
Curiously, this revolver has received many nicknames. Aside from the mentioned Peacemaker, it is also known as Frontier or Widowmaker, in reference to the ease with which this revolver left widows to wives of the time.
The film industry mythologized the "peacemaker" in the westerns of the 1940s and 1950s, and associated itself with stars of the big screen like John Wayne or Gary Cooper. So Roosevelt had one with his initials engraved and George S. Patton had used two.
Feel the protagonist of a great western with the DENIX reproduction of this revolver!