Armed Forces History, Division of History of Technology, National Museum of American History
Remington New Model Army Revolver
Date: about 1864
Catalog #: 43561 Accession #: 164794
Credit: Armed Forces History, Division of History of Technology, National Museum of American History
E. Remington & Sons of Ilion, New York, made this revolver from 1863 to 1875. Approximately 132,000 were manufactured. This six-shot, .44 caliber revolver was the second most issued pistol to Union soldiers during the Civil War.
Dimensions / Weight
Dimensions: 5.25" H x 13.75" W x 1.75" D
United States Remington revolver, .44 caliber.
Remington New Model Army revolver. This .44 caliber revolver competed with Coltís M1860 as the most popular handgun of the war. Over 100,000, were purchased by the Army, Navy, and various state militias.
Country: United States
War: Civil War
Services: Army, Navy, Militia