Category Archives: Replica Revolver

Denix Webley Indiana Jones replica revolver

Indiana Jones fan? Indy used a similar gun in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Here is a breakdown of the Denix Webley MK IV Style non-firing revolver- the classic British revolver spanning from the late 1800s to the 1960s. First off, this replica only operates as double-action. Also, it does have a functioning top-break action,…

Denix Colt Python non-firing replica revolver – classic cop gun

From gangsters to cops… everything from Starsky & Hutch to The Boondock Saints, to Resident Evil, this gun has made its mark on numerous TV shows, films, and games. The Colt Python has developed a reputation over the years for accuracy, fit and smooth trigger pull. The Denix replica fills the bill for “cop gun…

Schofield non-firing replica revolver – Denix

A quick video of the Denix Schofield non-firing replica revolver.  Originally manufactured from 1875-1878,  the revolver took its name from Major George W. Schofield of the 10th Cavalry.  They were quite popular in the American West among Wells Fargo agents, outlaws, and of course, the Cavalry.   I was happy to see this awesome gun show up…

That crazy pepperbox revolver!

In the United States, the percussion pepperbox revolver started gaining popularity around 1830 or so.  Some say this revolver was a precursor of sorts to the double-action revolver which came later.   This gun was designed to be used at close range, and for primarily civilian use.   I imagine it would have been fairly common to…

Denix M1873 Single Action Army- the “Peacemaker”

Here’s a couple of Denix single-action Army’s… the gun that tamed the West…and they’re  fun to hold, spin, and play with.   These little six-shooters have the shorter ‘gunfighter’ length barrel of 4.75″, but they also come in 5.5″ (Artillery), and 7.5″ (Cavalry).   The Denix non-firing replicas also seem to be chambered for a .38 cal round.  Check out…

Denix 1860 Army revolver non-firing replica gun

I’ve had this replica for awhile now, and am just now getting around to making a video on it. I haven’t decided where to hang it yet.   More civil war replica pistols.

Confederate LeMat Revolver-A Unique Rebel Gun

The mid-1800s proved to be a fabulous period of firearm innovation.  Westward expansion, the Gold Rush, and of course, the Civil War, created an amazing period of creative firearm development.  One such firearm that evolved from this was the LeMat Revolver, also known as the Grape Shot Revolver.  The LeMat was developed in 1856 by…