1858 NEW MODELS
Eliphalet Remington began his weapons production in 1816 in Ilion, New York.
Thanks to the talent of its designer Mr Beals, in 1858 he patented and began to produce a revolutionary weapon:
the 1858 NEW MODEL ARMY CAL.44.
Our range makes use of different versions: the 1858 NEW MODEL NAVY in cl. 36, the version with TARGET adjustable rear sights in cl. 44, or in the nickel-plated finish available with both steel and brass yokes. Created to better resist the wear of black powder, it is also produced with a modern material such as stainless steel. For those who prefer long-barreled revolvers, we offer the 1858 BUFFALO cl. 44. The range is completed by the versions with brass castle called 1858 TEXAS cl. 36/44.
1858 New Model Army .44
1858 New Model Army Shooter .44
1858 New Model Army .44 Sheriff
1858 New Model Army Target .44
1858 New Model Army .Color Case Hardened Frame, Photoengraved Cal.44
1858 New Model Army Sheriff, Color Case Hardened Frame, Checkered Grips, Cal. 44
1858 Rmg Texas Cal.44 NIckel, Light laser Engraved General Custer Model, PVC Grip
1858 New Model Army, Cal.44 All Blued, Engraved Model, PVC Grip, Nickel TG
1858 Rmg Texas Cal.44
1858 Rmg Texas Sheriff, Cal. 44
1858 Rmg Texas Nickel .44
1858 Buffalo Texas Cal.44
1858 RMG New Model Army, Stainless Steel, Target, Cal. 44
1858 New Model Army, Stainless Steel, Sheriff, Checkered Grips, 44
1858 New Model Army, Stainless Steel, Cal. 44
1858 New Model Army Buffa, Stainless Steel, Cal. 44