Cimmaron’s Guns of the Blue and Gray

The gunmaker pays tribute to the sacrifices made in the Civil War with a line of five limited edition revolvers.

Guns of the Blue and Gray revolvers from Guns of the Blue and Gray from Cimmaron Firearms.
Guns of the Blue and Gray revolvers from Guns of the Blue and Gray from Cimmaron Firearms.Cimarron Firearms

The American Civil War was an event that tore the nation asunder and saw brother fight brother. It was also an era that saw rapid small-arms development, which led to the creation of some of the most iconic firearms of the 19th century. Cimarron Firearms is now paying tribute to the sacrifices made by the brave men who took part in the conflict with the Blue and Gray series.

A total of five revolvers are featured in this limited-edition release, including the Northern 1860 Army .44 (SRP: $747.50), the 1860 Richards Transition Model conversion .45 LC. (SRP: $888.25), the 1860 ‘Grants Gun’ 8-inch .44 (SRP: $727.97), the Southern Leech & Rigdon CSA in .36 (SRP: $798.17), and the 1851 Richards Mason Conversion in .38 Special (SRP: $747.50).

Each revolver is a detailed replica of those originally used by the officers and soldiers who fought in the War Between the States, and each features, respectively, the Old Glory Flag or the CSA Stars and Bars Battle Flag inlaid in the grips.

The flag inlays were hand-carved from a block of micarta knife handle material by Paul Persinger; the molds were made by Champe Jennings. Booth #15334. (cimarron-firearms.com)

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