Late Civil War Rigdon&Ansley Colt Navy copy
Manufactured in Augusta, Georgia, at the time Confederate States of America.
This copy, made possible by the secession of the South during the American Civil War (effectively rendering all Northern patent obsolete in the South), is in almost every similar to a Colt 1851 Navy. It has however twelve cylinder stops, allowing it to be carried safely, and its barrel isn’t fluted like a ‘51 Navy.
Serial number 1581, .36 cap and ball, six-shooter.
I like confederate revolvers, they’re like regular Colts but with a bit more personality.
Sauce : James D. Julia Inc.