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The Nobel Gun of the Civil War: The LeMat Model

The most unusual but certainly the most famous since the Civil War of all black powder revolvers bears the name of Le Mat.

This revolver gave the possibility to fire 10 shots (9 shots + 1 Cal. 65). The barrel in Cal. 65 is produced by us, for market needs, in muzzle loading 20 Gauge.

Now the Le Mat has been perfectly reproduced for collectors and historians in the three main models: CAVALRY with curl guard, closed hammer, barrel locking plate and ring; NAVY, with smooth guard, firing pawl with curl and barrel locking pin; ARMY, similar to the Navy model with smooth firing pawl.


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