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Reproduction of a Confederate Sharpshooter's Whitworth rifle. Made in Great Britain for the Confederacy.

The long "Telescopic Rifle Sight" shown here, mounted on a deadly accurate percussion calibre Whitworth hexagonal bore bullet rifle reproduction, is a modern copy of the Wm. Malcolm riflescope of 1855 design. Although custom made riflescopes had bee

Jesse James' Colt Navy Model 1851 Revolver

From his birth near Kearney Missouri in 1847 to his assassination just 40 miles away in St Joe on April Jesse James lived and eventually died by the gun. A child-soldier, famous outlaw, and legend, the guns he carried were iconic of his time.

Confederate Spiller and Burr Revolver identified to Henry James McGraw Co. G…

Confederate Spiller and Burr Revolver identified to Henry James McGraw Co. G, Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

Samuel Colt’s 1851 Navy (top) was one of the most influential revolver designs of the mid 19th century. During the Civil War it was copied by Confederate armsmakers including Griswold & Gunnison (center) and J.H. Dance & Bros. (bottom).

Samuel Colt’s 1851 Navy (top) was one of the most influential revolver designs of the mid century. During the Civil War it was copied by Confederate armsmakers including Griswold & Gunnison (center) and J.