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Navy Arms has always offered the single action shooter the highest quality revolvers commercially available. After consulting with the top shooters in Cowboy Action Shooting™ Navy Arms is proud to announce its “Gunfighter Series” of single action revolvers. Each revolver features a color case hardened receiver, trigger and hammer and high-polish blue barrel and cylinder. In addition, Navy Arms has taken its standard 1873 Single Action and upgraded it with the following features:

U.S. made Wolff™ spring kits: All Navy Arms Gunfighter revolvers have had the original factory springs removed and replaced with legendary, American-made Wolff™ springs. Wolff™ springs are famous for their strength and reliability.

German silver-plated backstrap and trigger guard: Rather than a standard blue finish, Navy Arms Gunfighter revolvers have a distinct backstrap and trigger guard that make it instantly recognizable.

Black checkered “Gunfighter” grips: Navy Arms has replaced the smooth wood grips with impact resistant black checkered grips favored by 19th century gunfighters. The checkering on the grips provides a better grip when drawing, firing and re-holstering. The black finish of the grips with the German silver-plated backstrap and trigger guard makes the Navy Arms “Gunfighter Series” instantly recognizable out of any shooter's holster as well! Available in 4 3/4”, 5 1/2” or 7 1/2” barrel lengths. Cal.: .357, .45 Colt and .44-40.
FFL required. MSRP - $585.


The Navy Arms single action revolver is identical to the 1873 Single Action revolver, but slightly smaller in size. The Scout is perfect for shooters with smaller hands, including ladies and young adults. Its lightweight and balance make it an outstanding revolver. Available in 38 spl. only. FFL Required. MSRP - $572.
Bbl. Length 4 3/4” -- Mod. No. NAS438
Bbl. Length 5 1/2” -- Mod. No. NAS538


In the mid-1890's, original issue 1873's were re-built with 5 1/2" barrels. This is the sidearm that Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders carried on their famous charge up Kettle Hill and San Juan Hill. Features U.S. markings on frame and inspectors cartouche on stock. Bbl. Length: 5 1/2"; O.A.L.: 11 1/4"; Weight: 2 lbs. 10 oz.; Caliber .45 Colt.
Mod. No. USA045 -
FFL required. MSRP - $615.


An exact replica of the original U.S. Government issue Colt Single Action revolver that served with units like Custer's 7th Cavalry. It features U.S. arsenal stampings on the color case hardened frame, and a walnut stock with inspector's cartouche. Bbl. Length: 7 1/2"; O.A.L.: 13 1/4"; Weight: 2 lbs. 13 oz.; Caliber .45 Colt
Mod. No. USC045 -
FFL Required. MSRP - $615.


Introduced in 1894, Colt's "Bisley Model" was named after the Bisley shooting range in England. Originally designed as a target revolver, the "Bisley" became very popular with all shooters. Most of these single actions were sold in the United States and it was a popular side arm in the American West at the turn of the Century. This replica features the unique Bisley grip style, low profile spur hammer, color case hardened frame, blued barrel and walnut grip. Available in 4 3/4", 5 1/2" and 7 1/2" barrel lengths. Caliber: .44-40 or .45 Colt. FFL required. MSRP - $532.

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