CA Classics M1873 Fast Draw Revolver

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Introduced in 1873, no revolver has known greater fame than the M1873 Single Action Revolver. The short barrel made this gun easier to draw, making it popular with gunfighters in the Old West. The CA Classics M1873 Fast Draw Revolver has historically accurate details, working action, and a stunning polished nickel finish.

This CA Classics piece is one of the finest replicas in the world today. All CA Classics are exclusive to The Collector's Armoury, Ltd.


Barrel: 4.75"

Length: 10.5"

Weight: 2.2 lbs

Finish: Polished Nickel

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2 Reviews

  • Posted by James Brogley on Jun 24th 2021


    1873 Fast Draw Revolver

    Love the feel and the beauty of this replica.

  • Posted by Collector Since 1971 on Jan 1st 2014


    Highly Polished Finish but essentially same as standard models

    There is no getting around it- this model is shinier than the regular model and looks a little nicer but as far as I can tell that is the only extra feature. Mechanically it is the same as the standard models except that this model has the firing pin simulated on the hammer. I dont know if this is a Classics upgrade or an upgrade across all models. To be honest the reason I bought the Classics version was to more or less guarantee that I would get a model with the proper cylinder stops- often in the catalog and online the same model is depicted with the proper cylinder stop or the line-groove interchangeably. I hope it is clear what I mean. It would be nice if there were grip options- that is that you could buy extra grips separately. I would for example like to be able to customize a revolver to look like Pattons or perhaps someone elses famous gun. Mechanically it is not as much a replica as the old Replica Models where the model disassembled more like a real gun. On the other hand there is no unsightly metal rod in the muzzle or cylinders to detract from display appearance so mechanically I guess we break even. All and all I am happy with this model.