According to Second Commander Skerret, the revolver fired without interruption 500 Johnson&Dow combustible cartridges designed for the Starr, followed by 60 Joslyn cartridges and finally 362 combustible cartridges designed for the Colt 1860 Army. There was no misfires and the the revolver didn't even need to be cleaned. Convincing demonstration.
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- Others were converted by any number of gunsmiths around the country. The Army model was the first "large bore" (more than .40 caliber) cartridge revolver, and remained so until the Remington cartridge conversions of the model 1858 appeared in 1868—soon followed by the cartridge-designed Smith & Wesson Model 3 in 1869.
Switch From Percussion To Cartridge By Changing Cylinders. Six-round conversion cylinder converts steel frame, cap and ball revolvers to modern centerfire. Patterned after an original Remington design for a drop-in fit. Cylinder and back plate fit together without screws. To reload, just drop the cylinder, pull the plate off and dump the fired ...
- Starr Model 1858 / Model 1863. Double-Action 6-Shot Percussion Revolver. 28. 1850. Stocking Model 1850 (Pepperbox) Six-Shot Compact Pistol. 29. 1861. Whitney Model ...
- These cylinders are reminiscent of the early years after the Civil War when metal cartridge bullets first appeared on the scene. Kirst Konverters Convert your 1800's Black Powder Revolver to a.45 ACP,.45 LC,.45 Schofield,.22 or other calibur suited to the year and style of your revolver.
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- 1849 Colt Pocket Revolver, Wells Fargo, or Baby Dragoon Models. The conversion cylinder for the 1849 Colt Pocket Revolver is no longer available in .32 caliber due to potential safety issues with the current reproductions. An alternate .22 Conversion for these revolvers is currently in development and may be available in late 2020.
The rifle was adopted as the Model 1858 carbine. Between 1861 and 1864, over 20,000 were produced by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers, New York. The Model 1858 was designed to fire paper or linen cartridges. In 1865, the government ordered 3,000 Starr carbines chambered to use metal cartridge.
- The Richards cartridge conversion was an instant success. On July 2, 1872, William Mason, another Colt employee, was awarded a patent for an improvement to the Richards model. As percussion parts ran short, the 1860 Richards-Mason barrel was changed from the profile of the earlier percussion model, to the sleek profile found on the 1871-72 Open ...
A leather cartridge box for the 45 caliber Cavalry pistol ammunition as used during the Indian war in the early 1870's. It is marked under the closing flap with the ordnance inspector stamp but hard to read.
- A double action revolver which was briefly used in the western theater of the war, until the U.S. Ordnance Department persuaded Starr Arms Co. to create a single-action variant after the discontinuation of the Colt revolver. The company eventually complied, and the Union acquired 25,000 of the single action revolvers for $12 each.
The LeMat Revolver was a .42 calibre revolverinvented by Dr. Jean Alexandre of New Orleans. LeMat revolvers were set apart from the common Colt and Starr revolvers of the day (1860s) by a single .68" bore smoothbore barrel affixed to the bottom of the main barrel, loaded with a charge of shot. 1 Design Details 2 Variants 2.1 Muzzle Loader 2.2 Pinfire 2.3 Centrefire 2.4 Carbine 3 Usage 4 ...