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Replica 'Army' Dragoon Revolver 1848 - Denix 1055


Discover the replica of the 'Army' Dragoon Revolver, USA 1848, reference 1055 by Denix, a weapon with a prominent place in both the military and civilian history of the United States. Originally designed by Samuel Colt for the U.S. Army's Mounted Rifles, the Dragoon was a response to the problems of the Walker model, and although introduced after the Mexican-American War, it became popular during the 1850s-1860s, even through the Civil War

Denix's replica features dimensions of 35 cm, a weight of 1.568 g, and is made with quality materials like wood and metal

This model became a master weapon among civilians in the U.S. Southwest, particularly those who had served in the Mexican-American War, and was widely used in the period leading up to the Civil War

The Dragoon was the weapon of choice for legendary figures like Joaquin Murrieta and Charley Parkhurst. Its presence in popular culture has endured over time, appearing in novels and films like "Lonesome Dove" and "True Grit", and was even used by Clint Eastwood in "The Outlaw Josey Wales

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