Firearms fans are finding old-timey black powder revolver replicas offer a “time travel” shooting experience.
During Mexico’s 1910 Revolution, rebel forces fought with muzzle-loaders, lever-action and bolt-action repeaters—even machine guns.
Superior in design, function and quality to any other concealable pistol of the mid-19th century, Colt’s little “revolving pistol” was an immediate success.
Known as America’s Deer Rifle, this 126-year-old lever-action is back again in its original 1890s configuration.
Here’s a book of old-timey-style photographs, along with biographies of unforgettable movie and TV Western personalities.
It took nearly a lifetime for this veteran collector to realize he’d been holding a frontier bonanza since he was a teenager.
Four replica firearms companies stand out for keeping the spirit of the Old West alive and well.
Review ofJohn Willyard’s U.S. Model 1855 Series of Small Arms.