Confederate revolver designed by Griswold & Gunnison, USA 1860.
The percussion revolver manufactured in small numbers by a makeshift company, hastily set up in a cotton gin outside of Macon, Georgia in the early part of the Civil War is often confused with the 1860 “Colt Army” and “Navy Colt” revolvers, which were manufactured in the Union North. Once the war broke out, the CSA Army was in need of small arms, and most of the former nation’s firearms manufacturers were located in the Northern Union states. Clearly the Union had the advantage in manufacturing capacity and materials. This imbalance of production ability plagued the Confederacy to the very bitter end. Griswold and Gunnison and a handful of slaves turned out these pistols in their makeshift shop in “Griswoldville” under a contract from the CSA government. This non-firing replica has the handling characteristics of the original, with functional lock and loading mechanisms.
Functional lock/loading mechanisms
Correct size and weight
Barrel Length 18.5cm
Black, Brass, Wood
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