Pat Garrett Framed Display with SAA .45 replica revolver, #27-311.
Pat Garrett SAA .45 Framed Display
- When Pat Garrett shot and killed Billy the Kid in 1881, he reportedly used a Single Action Cavalry Model revolver (7.5 inch barrel) like the model we used for this framed set. Our non-firing replica is mounted on spring-loaded bullet hangers that make it easy for you to take the gun off the plaque and test out the action. The back-loading cylinder spins, you can cock the hammer and pull the trigger. The deluxe nickel finish, 7.5" barrel and real wood grips give this replica a realistic and historic feel. Mounted on the frame is a miniature portrait of Pat Garrett taken shortly before the shooting, and a replica of the silver badge he wore as the Sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico Territory. A brass pistol identification plaque completes the set, with your choice of light or dark finished wood frame. To order, click "add to cart", then choose frame finish from the drop-down "options" list.