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Allen & Wheelock .32 Sidehammer Revolver. A 6 shot .32 rimfire revolver by Allen and Wheelock of Worcester, Mass. This one has no cylinder scene and has the "July 3, 1860" marking which indicates that this is a second model.

A 6 shot rimfire revolver by Allen and Wheelock of Worcester, Mass. This one has no cylinder scene and has the "July marking which indicates that this is a second model.

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

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

Very clean pre-1893 Belgian copy of Smith Wesson Frontier revolver chambered for 44-40 Winchester.

Very clean Belgian copy of Smith Wesson Frontier revolver chambered for Winchester.

COLT pistol Model n°3 THUER Derringer cal. 41 in wooden box (1)

COLT pistol Model n°3 THUER Derringer cal. 41 in wooden box (1)

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.

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:)

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:)

Colt Navy Revolver Mystery: Part II- While the cylinder serial is 74083, the rest of the gun is 73232. Soldiers cleaning or re-assemblying their handguns together might inadvertently swap the cylinders from one gun to another. So that cylinder’s SN we can track exactly to the 10th Illinois Cavalry in 1863. Chances are much better that this revolver did serve in the cavalry. We may never know exactly what regiment it served with, but this Colt likely rode through the Civil War on horseback.

Colt Navy Revolver Mystery: Part II- While the cylinder serial is the…

British Bull Dog Double Action Revolver with Ivory Grips .44 caliber centerfire, 5-shot cylinder, 2 1/2-inch 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.

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.

Exceptional Cased Factory Engraved and Inscribed Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 2nd Issue Single Action Revolver with Ivory Grips

Exceptional Cased Factory Engraved and Inscribed Smith & Wesson Number 1 Issue Single Action Revolver with Ivory Grips

1847 Colt Walker - The largest of all Colt revolvers and authentically reproduced, it weighs a mighty 4 pounds, 8 ounces, has an overall length of 15-3/4 inches, with a 9-inch precision rifled barrel. This is a six-shot revolver with handsomely engraved cylinder and barrel marked "U.S. 1847."

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From the other side..A nickle plated and engraved Webley and Scott British Bulldog revolver with ivory grips, late 19th century.

A nickle plated and engraved Webley and Scott British Bulldog revolver with ivory grips, late century.

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COLT "BABY" PATERSON REVOLVER: This engraved Paterson was Colt's first revolver following his 1836 patent and saw limited use in the Seminole War and on the Texas Frontier. Commercially it was a failure and by 1842, Colt had turned his attention to developing harbor mines and submarines.

Colt revolver, one of the guns that won the west

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