Pietta LeMat Cavalry .44-Cal. Black-Powder Revolver
Pietta LeMat Cavalry .44-Cal. American history’s mid-1800s saw the an array of creative ideas for guns. developed by New Orleans by Dr. Jean LeMat in 1856 and later, in 1856 supported by Pierre G.T. Beauregard who later went on to become an officer in the Confederacy.
Features Of the Pietta LeMat Cavalry .44-Cal.
LeMat’s revolver is unique because it is equipped with the capacity of a 9-shot.44 The cylinder rotates around a barrel that is bigger in capacity than the chambers in the barrel.
Furthermore, the shooter can choose the shotgun that will be fired in the barrel or the cylinder with a smooth bore when a lever is moved towards the hammer’s point. Also, with a smooth bore which results in the shotgun having 2
0 gauge (thus the name “Grape Shot Revolver”).
Additionally, it is a exact copy of the LeMat model is available. LeMat’s Cavalry version has the eight shot .44-cal. As well, round with a the rifled 6.75″ Octagonal barrel which features a twist of 11:30. In combat, it has the strength of a pistol barrel, and an impressive number of “blue whistles” that come from the 20-ga.
Besides, the easy-to-use 6.75″ round barrels have made the LeMat an formidable weapon for fighting. Pietta LeMat Cavalry .44-Cal. People Black-Powder Revolver is precise in its features, such as the swivel-lanyard and the
trigger guard spur which is a copy of the one on the originals. The lever for loading is on the right. The walnut-based grips are inspected.
Of addition, the name given to LeMat Revolver due to it unique sidearm features was “Grape Shot Revolver”. It was founded at New Orleans in 1856 by Jean Alexandre Le Mat, the company’s efforts to manufacture were backed by P. G. T. Beauregard who was a Confederate States Army General. Of time, anyone who is a fan or a lover of Pietta LeMat Cavalry .44-Cal should contact us right now to make an purchase or check out our blog to read our latest blog posts and updates.