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New Army Conversion Revolver

Caliber: .45 Colt

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1858 New Army Conversion New Army Blue Steel Frame and B/S, Brass T/G

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The Remington 1858 New Army Conversion was among the first of the Civil War percussion era revolvers converted to fire metallic cartridges.

  • The original cap-and-ball cylinder was altered or replaced by a cartridge cylinder.
  • A new breech face with a loading gate was added.
  • The frames were dovetailed to permit the insertion of an ejector assembly.

The earliest model, introduced by Remington in 1868, chambered 5 .46-caliber rimfire cartridges. Later, 6-shot versions were chambered for .44-caliber centerfire rounds. Today, this Remington is offered in a 6-shot, .45 Colt configuration.

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Item Number Model Caliber Barrel Length Materials MSRP

1858 New Army Conversion

New Army .45 Colt 8″ Blue Steel Frame and B/S, Brass T/G

Additional Specifications

Caliber: .45 Colt

Barrel Length: 8″″

Materials: Blue Steel Frame and B/S, Brass T/G

Overall Length: 13.8″

Finish: Blue steel

Barrel: Octagonal

Cylinder: 6-shot

Number of Grooves: 6

Twist: 1:16, RH

Weight: 2.6 lbs.

Grip: 2-pc walnut

B/S - Backstrap      C/H - Case-Hardened      T/G - Trigger Guard

Specifications are subject to change without notice.


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