Products tagged with 'non firing gun'
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.
This non-firing WWII replica rifle sports a genuine wood stock with full metal parts. The bolt and trigger function and the dummy mag is detachable.
This non-firing replica of the WWII 1941 Paratrooper Carbine was the first incarnation from the M1 carbine. It has genuine wood stock and full metal parts like the originals. The bolt and trigger function and the dummy mag is detachable.
This non-firing replica of the STG 44 assault rifle looks and feels exactly like the real thing. Solid metal parts and real wood stock. Features removable magazine and functional trigger/bolt.
This non firing replica of the cap and ball M1860 Army Issue Revolver has a black & brass finish and was carried by both sides during the American Civil War.
Compact, lightweight and accurate, M1 Carbines were first supplied in mid-1942 to US troops in Europe. This replica has a wood body like the original. The bolt and trigger are fully functional and the dummy magazine is detachable.
M1 Carbines were issued in mid-1942 to US troops in Europe. This non-firing replica has a wood body like the original. The bolt and trigger are fully functional and the dummy magazine is detachable. Includes Sling.
This full-sized, detailed reproduction of British revolver is made from blue/black metal except for the plastic grips. The cylinder rotates and double-action trigger and hammer work.