m menu image  m home m cart

Testimonials

Great Product

Merlin's Magic is a great product for doing casts. My order was shipped promptly and arrived earlier than expected. If you're doing hobby casts I...
Read More ->


Very Pleased

I just received my coat. Its fantastic, and I'm very pleased with it. I wanted to take the time to again to thank you for all your assistance...
Read More ->


Wish List  [more]

Log In to be able to add this product to your Wish List.

Sponsors

Online Payments

EXACT REPLICA WYATT EARP REVOLVER (FRAMED DISPLAY)

$196.00  $166.60
Save: 15% off

Add to Cart:

Online Payments





Details

  • Model: CA1106054

Description

This .44 caliber Schofield is said to be the only known surviving gun from one of the most famous fights in the West: The O.K. Corral. This non-firing replica was owned by Wyatt Earp and is displayed on a handsome . wood frame with brass hangars and an identification plaque. This replica misses no details. It features a tiny notch in front of the trigger . a subtle short gauge on the barrel . and a missing screw on the butt plate . just like on the original.

This reproduction is sheathed in nickel plate and has a unique . rugged elegance which once carried by the professional gambler and gunfighter who once owned this piece.

The master engraver matched every fine line and flourish of this polished nickel-plated . antique . replica gun's scrollwork on the barrel . cylinder . hammer . frame . backstrap . and triggerguard. When the hammer is at half-cock . you can "break" the gun open to reload just as they did in the old days of the west. Thumb up the hatch . swing the frame down on its hinge . and the shell extractor glides out from the cylinder retracting again when the gun is fully open. The 8"barrel worked to the advantage of a marksman . dampening muzzle kick and enhancing accuracy. For fast reloads the entire frame swings down revealing all six chambers.

Gun Overall Length: 13.5"
Gun Weight: 2.5lbs
Frame Identification Plaque and Brass Studs included








Customer Testimonials

I ordered a Zatoichi Samurai Sword and when it arrived i noticed the box had been damaged. After opening it, I found out that the sword had a 'ding' in it and was slightly bent. I called Swords of Honor and they immediately issued a call tag for UPS to come pick it up and sent me a new one (which arrived perfectly).
Travis K