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I would like to hang and display some replica black powder revolvers that my dad had purchased. He kept them in their boxes locked in a gun cabinet. Obviously, safety is first concern but I'm not sure if these would fall into the category of a firearm?? He passed away in October and I am creating a sort of tribute wall in his honor and I have bows that he built and other hunting and archery items on display and would like to add these revolvers. Any thoughts appreciated.
 

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these may be non-firing replicas...so that may answer my own question. I don't have them here with me will have to check them out
 

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maybe that's why my mom said she never recalled him taking those to the gun range:unsure::)
 

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I have a few black powder pistols as well and have put them on display, I made a small wood cabinet and stained it in dark walnut, I used small J hooks to hang them with inside the cabinet, then I covered the face with thin Plexi glass, really made a nice display piece in the living room.
 

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I'm going to call Cabela's for confirmation... But I'm thinking these are not non-firing replicas.
 
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