Review ofJohn Willyard’s U.S. Model 1855 Series of Small Arms.
Back in the 1940s through the 1960s, we kids played outdoors a lot, and we lived our make-believe adventures with the coolest toys ever—cap pistols.
Although it wasn’t well received in the American West, it laid the foundation for Smith & Wesson’s more successful future revolvers.
Review of Thomas G. Alexander’s Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith.
Review of Sharps Firearms, The Percussion Era, 1848-1865, Volume I by Roy Marcot, Edward W. Marron, Jr. and Ron Paxton.
Used in the West of early 1990s, the classic auto pistol looks right at home in frontier-style gunleather.