Ruger Old Army
The Ruger Old Army is a black-powder percussion revolver produced in 1972-2008 (the stainless model - in 1975-2008). It wasn't based on a historical design but was a modification of Ruger Blackhawk although it takes its styling cues from the Remington 1858 New Army.
(1972 - 2008)
Type: Muzzleloading, cap and ball, black powder revolver
Length: 13 1/2 inch (with 7.5 inch barrel)
Weight: 2 7/8 pounds lb
Caliber: .457 Round Ball
Fire Modes: SA revolver
The Ruger Old Army has been used in the following films
|Cop's Honor (Parole de Flic)||.||.||Seen on the shooting range||1985|
- Ruger - A list of all firearms manufactured by Ruger.