Following the success of the 1858 New Army Revolvers, Remington was inspired to create the unique New Army Revolving Carbine. Using the same frame and cylinder of its “little brother” the Target Carbine featured a crescent-style brass butt plate, walnut stock, and stylish brass triggerguard with spur. Unfortunately, only about 3.000 models were produced between 1866 and 1879, and even fewer survive to this day. This is one of the first muzzle loading revolving carbines. It differentiates itself for its easy handling and reliability.
|Twist||406 mm (1:16″)|
|Barrel’s length||457 mm (18″)|
|Overall length||897 mm (35,3″)|
Uberti’s instruction manual with recommended black powder loads: Download…
Exploded view: Download…
Free of sale within the European Union. The product can be shipped only dealer to dealer and only within the EU or can be picked up at our store.
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