TAYLORS & COMPANY THE HICKOK OPEN-TOP
In spite of the fact that it gives off an impression of being a transformation, the 1871-72 Open Top model was Colt’s first pistol explicitly fabricated to discharge a centerfire cartridge by consolidating the stacking entryway in the casing. Since Colt didn’t utilize percussion pistol parts, the gun was made as an altogether new model, first with Navy-sized holds, later with Army-sized grasps. The Hickok model is a cutting-edge curve on the exemplary Open Top that includes a reprimand nose barrel. This model highlights an unfeeling produced steel outline, a round barrel with a front sharp edge sight, no ejector pole, blued steel grasp parts, an Army-sized pecan hold, and a back sight score on the back of the barrel.
|Barrel Length||3.5″ BARREL|