Produced in France during the Civil War, more than 2,500 LeMat revolvers made it through the Union naval blockade and into the hands of Confederate troops, including generals P.G.T. Beauregard, Braxton Bragg, J.E.B. Stuart and Richard H. Anderson.
This museum quality, non-firing, metal reproduction of the LeMat revolver - which featured a 9-shot cylinder and a secondary smoothbore barrel that packed the wallop of a shotgun - includes a working loading lever and trigger, checkered wood grips, and an antique gray finish. 14" long.