Cap and Ball Revolver Basics

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    We are showcasing two of the most common revolvers available: The 1851 Navy in .36 caliber and the 1860 Army in .44 caliber.

    The cap & ball system revolutionized the firearms world.

    Unlike the single shot black powder pistols that were prevalent prior to the cap & ball system, one could fire six times before needing to reload the weapon.

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