Old West 1881 Street Howitzer Pistol
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As the story goes, it was Doc Holiday who named his favorite gun his “Street Howitzer.” It was actually a 10-gauge Meteor, a shortened version of a coach gun, which was manufactured in Belgium. With significant firing power and less unwieldy than the long coach gun, the Street Howitzer fired with authority from the foot-long break open barrel. This replica of the gun made famous at the OK Corral is a faithful replica with a 12 inch barrel and an overall length of 21½ inches.
This replica firearm is NON-FIRING and cannot be made to fire real ammunition. You must 18 years of age or older to purchase.
California and Kansas: To comply with state law, residents purchasing a replica firearm must also order a frame. Orders will not be processed unless the frame is included in the order.
New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Puerto Rico: Post- 1898 replica firearms cannot be shipped to these locations (NY and PR have some exceptions).
Canada: We can no longer ship replica firearms to Canada; Customs is seizing all models, no matter the age.
We do not ship replica firearms overseas.
Please refer to our Terms & Conditions for more details.
Please refer to the replica gun safety warning prior to use. For more information, be sure to read our Replica Gun Safety Warning.