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American Frontier Weapons, Axes, Tomahawks

Odd pieces we love that show the ingenuity of the time including pole arms, hawks, canes and cudgels.

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1860 Army Issue Civil War Revolver - Pewter Finish

#803488
This Civil War era army revolver is a non-firing replica in pewter finish, that has the original's single action mechanism and top break loading mechanism. Overall 14-5/8 inches.
$69.95

Double Barreled “Sawed-Off” Stagecoach Shotgun

#802422
This cut-down version of the famous Coach Gun was a favorite among barkeeps throughout the Wild West. The real feel and weight is there in this well done, non-firing replica. The time worn appearance mimics the percussion cap action of the original 1881 design.
$144.95

Double Barreled Stagecoach Shotgun

#802423
Non firing replica of the Stagecoach Shotgun which was popular among Marshals and Sheriffs throughout the frontier for their mobility and lenient accuracy at close quarters. Features a stained hardwood stock and the working parts from solid metal with a black finish.
$169.95

Engraved Brass .45 Army Revolver Wood Grip

#803456
This version of the civil war era revolver, replicates a gold-inlaid piece and has a functional lock mechanism, with a revolving cylinder and working ejector system.
$71.95

Frontier Axe

#600770
This distinct axe is perfect for throwing with its solid steel head and hardwood shaft.
$45.00

Half Moon Tomahawk

#600909
$59.95

Missouri War Hatchet

#600168
$59.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Old West Repeating Rifle

very nice would be better if it could be used as a real rifle
Reviewed by: Alexander, December 24, 2017

Review of: USA 1886 .45 Army Revolver - Nickel

look so real and heavy
Reviewed by: virginia, February 03, 2017

Review of: Spontoon Tomahawk Pipe

Solid hawk, bigger than it appears in the picture.  Feels great in the hand and the finish is good enough for it to be a wall hanger.
   As a pipe, there is SO much cosmolene, etc, in the pipe that I am not sure the 'ooverseas metal flavor' will ever be out of it, but it WOULD work if I wver was hard up enough for a pipe to try it!
Reviewed by: Michael, October 08, 2015

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

It meets,y expectation and looks great on my wall with my 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sabre from Cold Steel along with  framed map of the USA during the Civil war!

Thanks.

Tim Gerg
Reviewed by: Timothy, May 01, 2015

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

I originally ordered this for my Dad, but once I held it in my hand and saw how beautiful and well made it was, I did the only logical thing and ordered one for myself. I do wish that there was an option for honing the blade, but it would still definitely do some blunt damage as is.
Reviewed by: Travis, December 03, 2012

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

Good item for back woods suruvuerlist.
Reviewed by: William, May 08, 2012