Revolvers

Traditions™ offers a wide variety of Black Powder Revolvers and Single Action Revolvers in different calibers, barrel length, grip choices, and finishes!

 

Our Black Powder Revolvers are great to take to the range, use at re-enactments, or just for display. From the 1851 Navy to our series of Rebel Revolvers which includes a Josey Wales edition, there is sure to be something for everyone.

 

Our Single Action Revolvers come in two series - the Frontier Series and the Rawhide series. Both series feature a variety of calibers, barrel lengths, and finishes. While these aren't able to be purchased on our website, check out of dealer locator and find a dealer near you!

Single Action

Black Powder

1851 Navy Revolver .36 Cal Brass FR1851136

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1851 Navy Revolver .44 Cal Brass FR18511

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1851 Navy Revolver .44 cal Steel FR18512

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1860 Army Revolver .44 cal Brass FR18601

Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. The .44 caliber revolver was as powerful as it was popular. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier. This revolver featu ...

1860 Army Revolver .44 cal Steel FR18602

Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. The .44 caliber revolver was as powerful as it was popular. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier. This revolver has a ...

1858 Army Revolver .44 cal Brass FR18581

Designed to be the future of revolvers, the top strap, full frame design made this revolver one of the strongest available. During the Civil War, its eight inch barrel and reliability made it highly sought after. This particular revolver has a 8" ...

1858 Bison Revolver .44 cal FR185812

This modern interpretation of the Model 1858 brings a new dimension to black powder revolvers. The 12” octagon barrel and adjustable sights makes the Bison Model different from all the rest. This revolver has a  blued barrel, brass frame, ...

Reb Confederates Revolver .44 cal FR185115

Although the resourcefully equipped Confederate soldier could not compete with Union repeating rifles, it was a different story when it came to revolvers. These handguns did not typically require a special type of ammunition, making them easy for Sou ...

Spiller and Burr Revolver .36 cal FR18625

Although the resourcefully equipped Confederate soldier could not compete with Union repeating rifles, it was a different story when it came to revolvers. These handguns did not typically require a special type of ammunition, making them easy for Sou ...

1851 Navy Engraved .44 Cal Black Powder Revolver

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1851 Navy Engraved .44 Cal Nickel Black Powder Revolver

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1860 Army Engraved Black Powder Revolver .44 cal Blued

Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. The .44 caliber revolver was as powerful as it was popular. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier.   This r ...

1858 Remington Revolver .44 cal Nickel/Black Laminate FR185836

Designed to be the future of revolvers, the top strap, full frame design made this revolver one of the strongest available. During the Civil War, its eight inch barrel and reliability made it highly sought after. This particular model has an 8" ...

1851 Navy Black Powder Revolver Redi-Pak .44 Cal

This Redi-Pak comes with an 1851 Navy Black Powder Revolver .44 caliber and also all of the loading, shooting, and cleaning accessories you need to shoot your revolver! All you need to enjoy a day at the range is powder, caps, proper eye and ear prot ...

1858 Army Revolver .44 Caliber FR18582

Designed to be the future of revolvers, the top strap, full frame design made this revolver one of the strongest available. During the Civil War, its eight inch barrel and reliability made it highly sought after. This particular model has an 8" ...

Wildcard .36 Caliber Black Powder Revolver

Union Army soldiers relied on many different types of sidearms for short range and close quarters combat. The revolver was unique in that it had the ability to fire several rounds per minute before having to reload. Revolvers were typically issued to ...

1858 Army Black Powder Revolver Redi-Pak .44 Cal

This Redi-Pak comes with an 1858 Army Black Powder Revolver .44 caliber and also all of the loading, shooting, and cleaning accessories you need to shoot your revolver! All you need to enjoy a day at the range is powder, caps, proper eye and ear ...

1860 Army Black Powder Revolver Redi-Pak .44 Cal

This Redi-Pak comes with an 1860 Army Black Powder Revolver .44 caliber and also all of the loading, shooting, and cleaning accessories you need to shoot your revolver! All you need to enjoy a day at the range is powder, caps, proper eye and ear ...

US Marshal Logo .36 Caliber Black Powder Revolver

Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier.   This revolver features an 8" blued barrel, brass fr ...