Colt 1861 Navy Revolver .36cal. 6 shot. 7 1/2" barrel. Brass gripstrap. Serial # 14XXX. All original including the wooden grips. Top of barrel stamped: -ADDRESS COL. SAM L COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA-. Left side stamped .36cal and COLTS PATENT Guns of the Old West
First S&W- The first Smith & Wesson revolver. The S&W Model No. 1 First Issue revolver was a diminutive .22 handgun, but boasting a seven-shot cylinder. A few examples were fortunate enough to be issued from the factory inside a gutta-percha casing, complete with a molded rendering of the revolver itself. Inside the hinged lid of the case was space to hold both the spur-trigger seven-shooter and a supply of the new .22 caliber metallic cartridges.
This old, simple and crude thing was a real #handgun of choice for real cowboys, not a Hollywood ones. Fun fact is that all the fancy Colts and S and W revolvers were simply way too expensive for cowboys back in 19th century, so these cheap revolvers from Belgium were in high demand. Not so cheap now though:)
British Bull Dog Double Action Revolver with Ivory Grips caliber centerfire, cylinder, 2 round barrel with flat top; THE PACIFIC/BULL DOG engraved on topstrap; nickel-plated, with blued screws; cylinder pin doubles as fold-out ejector rod.