The Taylor’s & Co C. Mason 1860 Army Revolver 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. 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.
|Cartridge||45 Colt (Long Colt)|
|Barrel Length||8 Inches|
|Frame Finish||Case Hardened|
|Trigger Type||Single Action|
|Shipping Weight||3.350 Pounds|