When Colt's 1836 patent expired in 1857, Remington introduced the 1858, a solid frame design, elegant and reliable. It's reliability and accuracy was infamous and became the chocie firearm when the government offered the "Yankee" officers to take over as an outfit at the end of the War of Succession.
Specifications and Features:
5.5" Octagonal Barrel
Sights: Blade Front Sight and Frame Trough Rear Sight
Stockgrip: Walnut Grip
Finish: Blued frame, backstrap, barrel and cylinder
Brass trigger guard
11.1" Overall Length