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Black Powder Guns

Impact Guns has hundreds of black powder and muzzleloading guns for sale.  Want more time in the field? Muzzleloading could be the answer. Black powder rifles and pistols add a new dimension to your hunting skills. We sell the very best muzzleloaders at discount prices.  Most muzzleloading guns are legal to purchase in most states without an FFL, or without the need for a background check.  Some require an FFL to be processed, and these are usually in a special category

NAA Revolver Single 22 Black Powder Barrel 4" Wood Stock 5 Shot

$305.89 $299.99
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The Earl is a five-shot, single action 1860s-styled mini-revolver chambered in 22 cal. cap & ball. Named after the NAA gunsmith who originally developed the product, with its faux loading lever (which secures the cylinder pin), now it is available in cap...

Uberti 1858 New Army Target Carbine .44, 18 Barrel

$619.00 $494.29
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Colt produced its first revolving rifle shortly after producing the first Colt Paterson Model pistol. In a similar fashion Remington also turned out revolving rifles. The 1858 Target Carbine not only incorporates most of the features of the original 1858...

Uberti 2nd Model Dragoon .44, 7 1/2 Barrel

$479.00 $383.89
Out of Stock, Taking Backorders

With an improved loading lever, shorter cylinder and lighter weight, the 1848 Dragoon had significant improvements over the Colt Walker and was the first Colt pistol to be purchased by the U.S. Military. Four models of the dragoon were produced; the...

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Uberti 1861 Navy Steel .36, 7 1/2 Barrel

$389.00 $332.89
Out of Stock, Taking Backorders

(Brass version shown) By the start of the Civil War, Colt had refined the Navy pistol into a completely new design with a streamlined barrel and an improved loading lever. Often touted as the most handsome revolver Colt ever built, over 38,000 .36...

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Uberti 1862 Police .36, 5 1/2 Barrel

$409.00 $342.69
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To fill increased demand by the civilian market for pocket pistols, Colt designed scaled down versions of its popular 1851 Navy and 1860 Army revolvers. The 1862 New Model Pocket Revolver, or Pocket Navy, was chambered in .36-caliber and retained the...