Denix M1860 Army Issue Revolver, Grey - Non-Firing Replica
It is the most-used revolver in the conflict. The gun was a .44 caliber, six shot, front-loader that took linen or paper cartridges. This non-firing replica has the handling characteristics of the original, with functional lock and loading mechanisms. Overall length 14 5/8-Inch, weight 2-Pounds 8-Ounce. Barrel length 7 3/4-Inch. This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes.
BladesUSA SMB-110 Decorative Western Revolver with Display Stand, 13-Inch Overall
This western style navy revolver from BladesUSA (model SMB-110) is a nicely designed collector's piece. Offering realistic features, it cannot be modified to fire actual bullets. This decorative item has a steel construction pistol design barrel with ornate engravings on the body. This collector’s piece was designed with a flint mechanism that can be locked back and released by the trigger. It includes a study stand so that you can immediately display this wonderful western revolver replica.
Denix Civil War Philadelphia Derringer Non Firing Replica
This Baby Philadelphia Derringer measures only 6.5" and is similar to the piece that John Wilkes Booth used to assassinate President Lincoln in Ford's Theater in 1865. It was a favorite hideaway percussion pistol of gamblers and card sharks, easily concealed in a coat or boot for use if the game turned sour. Imported exclusively by Collector's Armory.
Trigger and Hammer Function, Pistol is made of Steel Construction Material, Measures around 13" Inches Long, Ornate Engravings on body of Revolver, Western Style Navy Revolver, Includes Stand that is shown
Denix 1853 Civil War Enfield Rifle Musket - Non-Firing Replica
The British pattern 1853 rifle musket was the second most widely used infantry weapon of the Civil War. Both Federal and Confederate troops used the rifle throughout the war and almost one million were shipped to the combatants from several British manufacturers. The gun was widely regarded as well made and very accurate. The .577 caliber of the gun allowed the use of ammunition made for the .58 caliber American-made arms that were standard for both armies. The 1853 pattern Enfield continued to be the issue arm for the British military until 1867.
Denix 1851 Engraved Navy Revolver, Brass - Non-Firing Replica
The engraved Navy revolver was a presentation piece given to high ranking military officers and government officials and was based on the military-issue 1851 Navy revolver, which saw service through the end of the Civil War. This non-firing version provides a dramatic illustration of the talents of the factory engravers of the period
Civil War Musket, Wood & Steel Frontier Rifle Designed After The Original Rifle, Fires #917 Pull Off Caps, Bulk
This Civil War Musket replica has been designed after the original rifle of its era. Measures approximately 37 inches long. Each is constructed with a solid one-piece wood stock, painted steel barrel and die-cast parts. Fires #917 Pull Off Caps. Full orange tip attached as required by Federal Law.
Denix Civil War Style U.S. Pistol Holster (Left, Black)
This quality Civil War-style holster is based on the original military issued pieces, embossed with the "U.S." logo. This holster is made to fit the Civil War Army and Navy issue Denix replica pistols, but will accommodate many similar weapons. Left-hand version.
Denix 18th Century British Brown Bess Flintlock Musket American Revolutionary War Era Rifle - Non-Firing Replica
The Brown Bess was one of the most renowned flintlock muskets ever produced. Introduced during the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714), the gun was produced for over a century and was one of the most significant firearms of the American Revolutionary War. The Continental Army was armed with the weapon at the start of hostilities and, as the war progressed, many more were manufactured locally. The musket was still in British service at the time of the Napoleonic Wars in Europe (1799-1815). It weighed a hefty fifteen pounds with its bayonet and fired a ball three quarters of an inch in diameter! This non-firing version is accurately detailed and comes complete with its removable bayonet.
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Replica guns - How good are Denix?
Replica Civil War Guns
Replica guns - How good are Denix?
Denix S.A. is a Spanish company that produces replica firearms and weapons. I own two Denix replica guns, a Griswald and Gunnison 1851 revolver, a clone of the Colt 1851 Navy and a Colt SAA, Single Action Army also known as the peacemaker.
Denix replicas, in my opinion, are very good but I often hear complaints about them which I sum up in this video.
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