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Remington’s Last Six-guns
Remington revolvers weren’t serious rivals to Colt, but were the original favorites of fictional shootist J.B. Books.
Leavy seems to have been a natural with a gun and his fame spread as he drifted to such towns as Deadwood, Virginia City, Leadville and Tombstone.
Was Ammunition Expensive?
Hell on the Buffalo Range
Despite the romance associated with the buffalo hunters of the 1870s, the daily life of these frontiersmen was anything but glamorous.
Unlikely Saddle Pards
Frederic Remington and Powhatan Clarke became eternal friends riding the trails of Old Arizona.
Bob Boze Bell
John Wayne’s First Movie Six-gun
The Duke’s inaugural silver screen six-shooter wasn’t exactly what you’d expect.
Remington’s Kodak Moments
He dreamed in color, but as an illustrator lived in a black-and-white world.
The Herd Decimator
Popular with frontier buffalo hunters, Remington’s rolling block is one of the top replica rifles produced for today’s shootists.
The Peacemaker’s Clone
Despite being favored by outlaw Frank James Remington Frontiers still could not outshine the rival Peacemaker six-guns they emulated.
The Other Six-Gun
The 1861 Remington New Model Army revolver was an Old West workhorse.