In 1860, after much experimentation aimed at reducing the size of the .44 Colt Holster Pistols, Colt took advantage of stronger mass-produced steel by rebating the frame of the Navy revolver to hold a larger diameter 44/100" chambered cylinder. The Colt factory applied the same technology to the .31 Caliber revolvers, configuring them to accept five-shot cylinders of .36 caliber. Other changes including lightweight fluted cylinders, round barrels, and a ratcheted loading lever that helped create the Police Model of 1862. The Pocket Navy retained the octagonal barrel and traditional loading lever of the earlier pocket model but was up-sized to .36 caliber just like the Pocket Police. This Navy replica features a working hammer, trigger, and cylinder.
Cannot be shipped to MD, NJ, NY, or RI. Cannot use Papal as a payment option.