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Smith and Wesson 45 calibre Schofield revolver by Denix

.45 Schofield by Smith and Wesson metal replica with working action.

This replica can be opened like the original by a top break action.

The .45 Schofield was developed for use by the US Cavalry with the help of Major George W Schofield. It was based on the Smith and Wesson model No 3 which he originally purchased for his own use in the US 10th Cavalry as it was top break opening it made loading quicker and easier than the Colt revolver. He made several changes making it better suited for Army cavalry life. Smith and Wesson made this changes with the hope of an Army contract which it won. So it was issued alongside the Colt but the Schofield used a shorter .45 shell than the Colt which led to problems in the field (the Colt used a .45 long and the Schofield was a shorter .45 shell the Colt) as the Colt could use both bullets but the Schofield could only use Schofield's own bullet. Because of these problems in with the bullets, the Schofield was eventually stopped being issued.

The Schofield was still popular with non military people and was used by Buffalo Bill Cody, Frank and Jesse James, Cole and Jim Younger, Charlie Pitts, John Wesley Hardin, Bob Ford, Texas Jack Omohundro, Pat Garret, Virgil Earp, Bill Tilghman, Marshal Dallas Stoudenmire, and Ranald MacKinzie all did, among many others.

The Denix replica of the Smith and Wesson Schofield revolver featurers

  • Working single action 
  • Pull the hammer back to cock the pistol.
  • Pull the trigger to fire the hammer
  • Catch release on the top by the hammer which breaks open the pistol
  • Wood grips. 
  • Brass looking frame and black barrel.

The Schofield has been used in various western films including; William Munny (Clint Eastwood) and The Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett) in "Unforgiven", Virgil Earp (Sam Elliot) in "Tombstone", Charlie Prince (Ben Foster) in "3:10 to Yuma" and by Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) in the TV series "Deadwood". 

 

Please note the replica Schofield comes under the VCR act and you have to be member of a re-enactment group, living history, military vehicle trust (MVT), museum, TV/theatre or film production to purchase it.


Denix code 1008/L.


The purchase of this product is restricted.

 

In order to buy this product you must be over 18 years of age and a member of a Re-enactment/military vehicle group or one of the other organisations listed below in the Restricitons Tab and you must confirm that you have read the information below. We can only ship this item to a UK address and we must obtain an age verification check and proof that you are eligible to purchase it before we can ship it.

£59.99
£49.99 EXC VAT

Please tick the box to confirm you've read the restriction notice.

.45 Schofield by Smith and Wesson metal replica with working action.

This replica can be opened like the original by a top break action.

The .45 Schofield was developed for use by the US Cavalry with the help of Major George W Schofield. It was based on the Smith and Wesson model No 3 which he originally purchased for his own use in the US 10th Cavalry as it was top break opening it made loading quicker and easier than the Colt revolver. He made several changes making it better suited for Army cavalry life. Smith and Wesson made this changes with the hope of an Army contract which it won. So it was issued alongside the Colt but the Schofield used a shorter .45 shell than the Colt which led to problems in the field (the Colt used a .45 long and the Schofield was a shorter .45 shell the Colt) as the Colt could use both bullets but the Schofield could only use Schofield's own bullet. Because of these problems in with the bullets, the Schofield was eventually stopped being issued.

The Schofield was still popular with non military people and was used by Buffalo Bill Cody, Frank and Jesse James, Cole and Jim Younger, Charlie Pitts, John Wesley Hardin, Bob Ford, Texas Jack Omohundro, Pat Garret, Virgil Earp, Bill Tilghman, Marshal Dallas Stoudenmire, and Ranald MacKinzie all did, among many others.

The Denix replica of the Smith and Wesson Schofield revolver featurers

  • Working single action 
  • Pull the hammer back to cock the pistol.
  • Pull the trigger to fire the hammer
  • Catch release on the top by the hammer which breaks open the pistol
  • Wood grips. 
  • Brass looking frame and black barrel.

The Schofield has been used in various western films including; William Munny (Clint Eastwood) and The Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett) in "Unforgiven", Virgil Earp (Sam Elliot) in "Tombstone", Charlie Prince (Ben Foster) in "3:10 to Yuma" and by Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) in the TV series "Deadwood". 

 

Please note the replica Schofield comes under the VCR act and you have to be member of a re-enactment group, living history, military vehicle trust (MVT), museum, TV/theatre or film production to purchase it.


Denix code 1008/L.

Brand: Denix Replicas
Weight: 1250 grams

The replica guns are sold as props for film, theatre and re-enactment use. We can only ship them to a UK address via courier (excluding the Isle of Man, Isle of Scilly and the Channel Islands which we cannot ship to because of flight restrictions). Sorry we cannot send them outside of the U.K. They are made to look and feel realistic and although they are made from metal, it is not a gun metal and they are designed so they cannot chamber or fire any rounds of ammunition. They are designed for prop use and they have moving parts, although excessive use will wear the parts out, worn out parts are not covered by the warranty and the manufacture does not make or supply spare parts.

Please read the following restrictions. Due to the current British law it is illegal to sell this reproduction firearm to anyone apart from to the following people or organisations;

  • Museum or gallery
  • Theatrical performances
  • Films and television programmes
  • Historical re-enactments events
  • Members of re-enactment or military vehicle groups
  • Crown servants for the purpose of employment

You are also required to be over 18 years of age. By purchasing a replica you give us your consent to an age verification check by Experian to ensure age compliance. If this age check fails we may contact for further information or cancel the order.

We must obtain proof that you fall into one of these groups before we can send your order. Acceptable proof would be;

  • A letter from the museum or theatre company
  • A letter from the commissioning film/TV company
  • A copy of your re-enactment/military vehicle membership card and relevant insurance certificate
  • Proof of requirement for use in conjunction with employment (Crown Servant) e.g. Letter from commanding officer/manager confirming the use is for the purposes of employment such as training

Age verification is required in addition to the above proof.

You can send a copy by post, fax or e-mail quoting your order ref.