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Antique Remington Revolvers
Remington is primarily known for its line of shotguns and bolt-action rifles, but at one time, they were one of the premiere revolver companies. Remington is known for three different revolvers: the 1858, 1875, and 1890.
Each Remington revolver was an evolution of the single-action design that utilized the technology at the time. The 1858 was originally a cap-and-ball revolver that was available in .31, .36, or .44 caliber. These models were later convertible to a variety of center fire and rim-fire rounds.
The 1875 and 1890 were both modern center-fire revolvers that use metallic cartridges. These single-action revolvers failed to attract the government contracts the 1858 had achieved. The 1875 and 1890 were moderately successful on the civilian market and had a reputation for quality. Without major contracts for either weapon, Remington moved away from producing new revolvers after the Model 1890.
The Remington 1858 was one of the most-used military revolvers internationally, serving with forces in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Russia, and France
Remington 1858's three models correspond to their caliber. The .31 was the Pocket, .36 the Navy, and .44 the Army
Numerous companies like Cimmarron and Uberti produce replicas of Remington revolvers in a variety of non-standard calibers
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