The American Civil War has forever remembered and honored just one name which is none other than General Georges Custer. Although, General Georges Custer died in 1876 in the battle of Little Bighorn against Native American tribes, his name is still remembered. Surprisingly enough the popularity of the Civil War has brought back replica pistols and the most valuable being Georges Custer replica gun.
This 14″ in long gun gives you an amazing picture of the Civil War and works just like the original. However, it is non-firing so you do not have to worry about any security issues. This exotic gun features a wooden grip along with a beautiful brass frame and a deluxe blue barrel.
The pistol has been given an intricate engraving of General riding on a horseback along with a brass identification plate and a 7th Cavalry insignia in brass.This gorgeous metal piece brings back fresh memories of the Civil War and by keeping it as a part of your Western guns collection, you are sure to win the envy of many others.