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Smith & Wesson Schofield, Russian, and Model No. 3

Smith & Wesson Schofield, Russian, and Model No. 3

1869 Smith & Wesson 6 Shot Revolver In Black & Solid Brass - White intimacy

1869 Smith & Wesson 6 Shot Revolver In Black & Solid Brass As replica weapons go, this one's a beauty: partly as a result of the elegance of the origina

Schofield Revolver with Black / Brass Finish Frame - Replica of Classic Old West Pistol Used by U.S. Cavalry, Wells Fargo Agents, and Frank James - Nice Prop Gun

Schofield Revolver with Black / Brass Finish Frame - Replica of Classic Old West Pistol Used by U. Cavalry, Wells Fargo Agents, the favorite gun of Gen.Custer, Buffalo Bill, Wyatt Earp and Frank James - Nice Prop Gun

Smith & Wesson 1869 American. - CZ 82 Grips…

❦ Smith & Wesson 1869 American❤ My Grandfather had a pistol just like that middle one with the pearl handle. Sure wish I had now

Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver: six-inch, six shot Colt pocket

Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver: six-inch, six shot Colt pocket. This is the revolver Melissa carries in my novel, Fool's Gold.

Colt Thuer – This conversion is acknowledged as Colt’s first metallic cartridge revolver, produced from 1869-72, long before the Single Action Army appeared. One unique feature was the ability to shift back to using a percussion cylinder, which probably came in handy if a user were to run out of metallic cartridges, but still could obtain percussion caps, powder and ball. This M1860 “Army” revolver with the Thuer conversion cylinder in place also bears some well-aged ivory grip panels.

The Colt Thuer conversion is acknowledged as Colts first metallic cartridge…