Cartridge Revolvers

Cartridge Revolvers

Taylor's is proud to provide you with a collection of the finest reproduction cartridge revolvers being manufactured today. Our cartridge revolver line includes some of the most popular revolvers from the 1800's era. Most specifications and models of our revolver line are listed below, however if you are looking for something and do not see it please feel free to call us at 540-722-2017 to inquire about availability.

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1858 Remington Conversion

This Remington Conversion is a perfect reproduction from the historic period when popular black powder revolvers were being converted into cartridge revolvers. Although manufactured as a an already converted cartridge revolver now by Uberti, these copies still feature an easy transition from blackpowder to centerfire cartridges on the .45LC caliber models. The Remington Conversion in .45LC allows a shooter to switch from .45LC to .44 black powder by removing the breech plate, cartridge cylinder, and replacing them both with a spare black powder cylinder (available as a spare part from Taylor's A1014005). Along with the original conversion design, these revolvers retain other original features: the forged frames are dovetailed to allow the loading gate assembly to slide into place and a modern ejector rod incorporated into the original black powder loading lever with a small notch cut into the loading lever itself. The revolvers are available with a two-piece walnut grip, octagonal barrel, blued finish, and brass triggerguard. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

C. Mason Revolver – 1851 Navy

With patents for the conversion of percussion revolvers, Colt® employees Charles Richards and William Mason cut off the cap-and-ball cylinders at the back and installed a conversion ring to accept cartridges. These conversion revolvers were favorites then and are enjoying popularity again as favorite reproductions. The Navy version of the C. Mason revolvers features a brass backstrap and triggerguard, octagonal barrel with brass post front sight, and a smaller-size Navy grip. All C. Mason models feature a case-hardened forged steel frame, blued finish parts, modern ejector rod, and hammer with notched rear sight. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

C. Mason Revolver – 1860 Army Nickel Finish

$714.00
With patents for the conversion of percussion revolvers, Colt® employees Charles Richards and William Mason cut off the cap-and-ball cylinders at the back and installed a conversion ring to accept cartridges. These conversion revolvers were favorites then and are enjoying popularity again as favorite reproductions. The Army version of the C. Mason revolvers features a steel backstrap and triggerguard, round barrel with front blade sight, and a larger-size Army grip. C. Mason models feature a forged steel frame, nickel finish parts, modern ejector rod, and hammer with notched rear sight. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

C. Mason Revolver – 1851 Navy Nickel Finish

$683.00
With patents for the conversion of percussion revolvers, Colt® employees Charles Richards and William Mason cut off the cap-and-ball cylinders at the back and installed a conversion ring to accept cartridges. These conversion revolvers were favorites then and are enjoying popularity again as favorite reproductions. The Navy version of the C. Mason revolvers features a brass backstrap and triggerguard, octagonal barrel with brass post front sight, and a smaller-size Navy grip. C. Mason models feature a forged steel frame, nickel finish parts, modern ejector rod, and hammer with notched rear sight. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

C. Mason Revolver – 1860 Army

With patents for the conversion of percussion revolvers, Colt® employees Charles Richards and William Mason cut off the cap-and-ball cylinders at the back and installed a conversion ring to accept cartridges. These conversion revolvers were favorites then and are enjoying popularity again as favorite reproductions. The Army version of the C. Mason revolvers features a steel backstrap and triggerguard, round barrel with front blade sight, and a larger-size Army grip. All C. Mason models feature a case-hardened forged steel frame, blued finish parts, modern ejector rod, and hammer with notched rear sight. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Open Top Revolver - 1851 Navy Nickel Finish

Although it appears to be a conversion, the 1871-72 Open Top model was Colt’s® first revolver specifically manufactured to fire a centerfire cartridge by incorporating the loading gate in the frame. Since Colt® did not use percussion revolver parts, the revolver was manufactured as an entirely new model, first with Navy-sized grips, later with Army-sized grips. Open Top revolvers come with a forged steel frame, nickel finish parts, round barrel with front blade sight, modern ejector rod, and a rear sight notch on the rear of the barrel. The Navy version includes a brass backstrap and triggerguard with a smaller Navy grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Open Top Revolver - 1860 Army Nickel Finish

$676.00
Although it appears to be a conversion, the 1871-72 Open Top model was Colt’s® first revolver specifically manufactured to fire a centerfire cartridge by incorporating the loading gate in the frame. Since Colt® did not use percussion revolver parts, the revolver was manufactured as an entirely new model, first with Navy-sized grips, later with Army-sized grips. Open Top revolvers come with a forged steel frame, nickel finish parts, round barrel with front blade sight, modern ejector rod, and a rear sight notch on the rear of the barrel. The Army version includes a steel backstrap and triggerguard with a larger Army grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Open Top Revolver - 1851 Navy

Although it appears to be a conversion, the 1871-72 Open Top model was Colt’s® first revolver specifically manufactured to fire a centerfire cartridge by incorporating the loading gate in the frame. Since Colt® did not use percussion revolver parts, the revolver was manufactured as an entirely new model, first with Navy-sized grips, later with Army-sized grips. All Open Top revolvers come with a case-hardened forged steel frame, round barrel with front blade sight, modern ejector rod, and a rear sight notch on the rear of the barrel. The Navy version includes a brass backstrap and triggerguard with a smaller Navy grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Open Top Revolver - 1860 Army

Although it appears to be a conversion, the 1871-72 Open Top model was Colt’s® first revolver specifically manufactured to fire a centerfire cartridge by incorporating the loading gate in the frame. Since Colt® did not use percussion revolver parts, the revolver was manufactured as an entirely new model, first with Navy-sized grips, later with Army-sized grips. All Open Top revolvers come with a case-hardened forged steel frame, round barrel with front blade sight, modern ejector rod, and a rear sight notch on the rear of the barrel. The Army version includes a steel backstrap and triggerguard with a larger Army grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Birdshead Cattleman

The Birdshead Cattleman features the uniquely shaped birdshead grip on a new model forged frame. The popular birdshead grip can be ordered in either smooth or checkered finish. With its small "belly-gun" look the Birdshead model is a great addition to any collection. Features: case-hardened forged steel frame, blued finish parts, and fixed front sight blade with rear sight frame notch. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Outlaw Legacy Nickel Engraved

The Outlaw Legacy Revolvers were designed with the Outlaw Gang to combine beautiful finish features with their organization's slogan "God-Guns-Freedom". The revolvers are manufactured with a nickeled laser engraved finish and plain ivory Navy size grips. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Cattleman Floral Engraved

A Taylor’s exclusive, this revolver is laser-engraved in an all floral pattern and hand chased to give depth to the engraving. The Floral engraved Cattleman is built on a new model forged steel frame in a white heat-treated finish (cared for like blued steel). With a simpler engraving pattern this model is an great economical option while still offering excellent engraving. Features a fixed front sight blade with rear frame notch and a Navy size walnut grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Cattleman Antique Finish

$689.00
The Cattleman Antique finish is applied to the entire revolver at the factory and gives your revolver an original look. The antique finish models are built on a new model forged steel frame with the durable aged finish applied to all parts (cared for like blued steel). The walnut Navy size grips are also aged to match the revolver finish. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Cattle Brand Nickel Engraved

The Cattle Brand revolvers were designed with a unique nickeled laser engraving pattern featuring popular cattle brands used in the west. These revolvers feature a steel frame, fixed front blade sight with rear frame notch, and Navy size one-piece ivory or two-piece imitation stag grips. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1873 Single Action Stag

$543.00
This 1873 single action features a steel case hardened new model frame with blued parts. It is fit with a two-piece Navy size imitation stag grip and brass backstrap & triggerguard. A perfect combination of a reliable design and timeless stag grip. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Cattleman Photo Engraved, Coin Finish

$925.00
This cattleman is floral photo engraved and then hand-chased for extra depth at the factory. It also features a coin finish forged steel frame with blued parts and walnut Navy size grip (wood grip not pictured). Taylor Tuning is available. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

The Gunfighter Checkered

The Gunfighter model is the perfect solution for any shooter looking for more grip to hold on to. Taylor's installed the favorite 1860 Army grip onto the new model forged frame cattleman to accommodate the larger hand shooter. The Army grip is longer and slightly wider than the smaller Navy grip that is usually found on cattleman frames. The checkering further enhances the shooter's grip. Features a case hardened frame, blued finish parts, and fixed front sight with a rear frame notch. Taylor Tuning is available. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

The Drifter

The Drifter model was developed by Taylor's with the traditional customer in mind. This model is built on a new model cattleman frame and features a full octagonal barrel. This barrel option makes the Drifter stand apart from the standard cattleman models because it gives the revolver such a classic appeal. These revolvers feature a fixed blade front sight and rear frame notch. The Drifter model frames are forged steel and Taylor Tuning is available. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Birdshead Cattleman Checkered

$597.00
The Birdshead Cattleman features the uniquely shaped birdshead grip on a new model forged frame. The popular birdshead grip can be ordered in either smooth or checkered finish. With its small "belly-gun" look the Birdshead model is a great addition to any collection. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Outlaw Legacy Blued Engraved

The Outlaw Legacy Revolvers were designed with the Outlaw Gang to combine beautiful finish features with their organization's slogan "God-Guns-Freedom". The revolvers are manufactured by Pietta and come in a blued engraved finish option. These unique revolvers come with plain ivory grips. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.