Uberti 1847 Walker Revolver U340200, .44 Cal, 9", Case Hardened Finish
MPN:  340200 UPC:   037084402000

Uberti 1847 Walker Revolver U340200, .44 Cal, 9", Case Hardened Finish

Texas Ranger Sam Walker was a firm believer in Colt's pistols, but in 1846 as a Captain in the United States Mounted Rifles he wanted a pistol powerful enough to bring down a horse. Working with Samuel Colt, a new pistol was designed that held a higher charge of black powder and chambered six .44-caliber balls. Walker ordered 1,000 of the new revolvers for his mounted troops, and rode off to the War with Mexico. At nearly 4-1/2 lbs. the 1847 Walker is still the biggest and was the world's most powerful revolver up until the .357 Magnum came into being in the 1930s.

Caliber: .44 
Barrel Length: 9" 
No. of Grooves: 7 
Twist: Left 
Total Length: 15.7" 
Weight: 4.5 lbs. 
Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved 
Grip: One-piece walnut 
Finish: Frame - Case-hardened
Barrel - Blued
Backstrap - Blued
Trigger guard - Brass


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