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Find out if frontiersmen carried spare cylinders into the eras of percussion and metallic cartridge revolvers.

Find out if frontiersmen carried spare cylinders into the eras of percussion and metallic cartridge revolvers.

Rogers & Spencer Army revolver cal 44 RF . This is a fully matching excellent antique Rogers & Spencer Army conversion revolver in caliber 44 rim fire, has a 7 1/2 inch octagon barrel with a mint bore serial number 4033 made in 1865 . This is one of the Army contract for 5000 Rogers & Spencer revolvers that were delivered in 1865 .

Rogers & Spencer Army revolver cal 44 RF . This is a fully matching excellent antique Rogers & Spencer Army conversion revolver in caliber 44 rim fire, has a 7 1/2 inch octagon barrel with a mint bore serial number 4033 made in 1865 . This is one of the Army contract for 5000 Rogers & Spencer revolvers that were delivered in 1865 .

Colt 1851 Navy revolvers There is something that is just so visually appealing with this Model of Revolvers....

Colt 1851 Navy revolvers There is something that is just so visually appealing with this Model of Revolvers....

This 1864 cased presentation New Model Army Revolver, manufactured by E. Remington & Sons and engraved by Louis D. Nimschke, belonged to...

This 1864 cased presentation New Model Army Revolver, manufactured by E. Remington & Sons and engraved by Louis D. Nimschke, belonged to...

GUN OF THE DAY – Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolver.This week’s NRA Gun Gurus presented by Henry Repeating Arms episode, “Guns of the Old West," features today’s GOTD. This Smith & Wesson came on the frontier scene shortly after the Colt Single Action Army, but left its mark in the West. The Second Model Schofield single action revolver, was like the Colt, in .45 caliber, but utilized a shorter metallic cartridge. From 1876 to 1877 almost 6,000 Second Model Schofields were produced.

GUN OF THE DAY – Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolver.This week’s NRA Gun Gurus presented by Henry Repeating Arms episode, “Guns of the Old West," features today’s GOTD. This Smith & Wesson came on the frontier scene shortly after the Colt Single Action Army, but left its mark in the West. The Second Model Schofield single action revolver, was like the Colt, in .45 caliber, but utilized a shorter metallic cartridge. From 1876 to 1877 almost 6,000 Second Model Schofields were produced.

Remington-Beals First Model Pocket Revolver - Chambered in .31 percussion caliber, this small five-shot handgun was made only from 1857-1858 and was lot (or batch) numbered.  This example is just a bit finer than most production guns, as it came with a nice wooden case that holds significant accoutrements, including a bullet mold and loading tools.

Remington-Beals First Model Pocket Revolver - Chambered in .31 percussion caliber, this small five-shot handgun was made only from 1857-1858 and was lot (or batch) numbered. This example is just a bit finer than most production guns, as it came with a nice wooden case that holds significant accoutrements, including a bullet mold and loading tools.

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