Pietta LeMat

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Summary: The description, specs, photos and pricing for the Pietta LeMat revolvers.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Le Mat Army from the right.

The Le Mat revolver was designed by Frenchman Jean Alexandre Francois LeMat for the Confederates during the U.S. Civil War. Pietta has re-created this nine-shot revolver with an additional single-shot barrel.

Pietta’s LeMat is chambered in .44 (the main barrel), with the single-shot barrel chambered in .20 to meet market requirements for muzzleloaders (the original single-shot barrel was chambered in .65 caliber). Pietta is producing three models: the Army, Navy and Cavalry. The Army model features a knurled pin barrel release and a cross in barrel selector.

The Navy model features a knurled p in barrel release and a spur barrel selector. The Cavalry model features a spur triggerguard, a lever-type varrel release, a cross pin barrel selector and a lanyard ring.

All models feature an octagon steel main barrel, a round single-shot barrel and hand-checkered walnut grips. Various finishes and engravings are available, too.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Width Height Weight
.44 9 6.75″ 13.4″ n/a n/a 3.53 lbs.
.20 1 6.75″ 13.4″ n/a n/a 3.53 lbs.


MSRP: $1,500

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The Le Mat Army from the left.

The Le Mat Navy.

The Le Mat Cavalry.

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