An accurate reproduction of the First Model LeMat, our Cavalry version has a nine-shot, .44-caliber cylinder and rifled 6-3/4″ barrel. What sets it apart from other revolver designs is the 20-gauge, .645″ diameter 5-7/8″ smoothbore barrel, originally intended for firing buckshot.
Aug 09, 2014 · In this video I’ll be showing the Confederate LeMat cap and ball revolver in action. I won’t cover much historical background because I already have a video with that information at https
The LeMat percussion revolver was invented by a French American gunsmith and first issued in 1861. The gun was famed for its 9 shot capacity and an under barrel 16 or 18 gauge shotgun, and was favored by Confederate soldiers during the civil war.
Jul 09, 2011 · Shooting my LeMat revolver (purchased from Dixie Gun Works) up at the Mammoth Lakes public shooting area in June 2011.
Author: Ryan Agadoni