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    A Colt New Service Model 1909 Double-Action revolver found in the bullet-riddled car driven by Bonnie and Clyde on the day they died. This revolver comes with a Colt Factory letter indicating it was shipped on August 12, 1911, to the US Ordnance Department in Manila, Philippine Islands.

    Rare Panel Scene Engraved Colt Single Action Army Revolver, “The 1876 Centennial Exhibition Colt” U.S.A.

    Bonnie and Clyde.

    Bonnie and Clyde | gangsters | lovers | outlaws | embrace | kiss | on the run

    Bonnie and Clyde - possibly last photo of them alive

    A factory engraved Colt Model 1855 Root Type 2 side hammer percussion revolver, U.S.A.

    photos of bonnie and clyde | Bonnie-and-Clyde-Bonnie-Parker-and-Clyde-Barrow-1.jpg

    Bonnie and Clyde | the script on the image says 'Bonnie and Clyde stole this car from me in 1933' | outlaws | on the run | infamous | gangsters | love story

    .45 Long Colt

    Colt Dragoon cap and ball revolver, heavily engraved and inlayed.

    Rail gun revolver

    young bonnie parker with her first husband | bonnie and clyde | love story | infamous outlaws | gangsters | running from the law

    This Double Action Revolver appeared briefly during the American Civil War. It was made out of New York City beginning in the late 1850s. It is a .44 caliber, 6 shot revolver with walnut grips. Most surviving specimens, like this one, bear government inspector markings.

    Revolvers

    New World Ordnance

    Rare 20-Shot Engraved Pinfire revolver with double barrels by Le Faucheux, Paris

    Rare Remington model 1890, single action revolver, .44-40 caliber

    Winchester 1873 - lever action rifle, a significant improvement over existing lever guns, but marketing was key. Chambered for the same cartridges that fit the popular 1873 Peacemaker revolver, frontier “logistics” were solved. It was a favorite with Texas Rangers, and became known as “The Gun That Won The West”.

    This is the "ONLY KNOWN" Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield model, ivory grips single action revolver which was manufactured for the U.S. government in 1875 with a total production of only about 3000.

    A Savage revolver, one of 20,000 manufactured during the Civil War with the vast majority used by Union soldiers and a LeMat revolver, developed by Dr. Jean Alexandre LeMat of New Orleans, LA. and used by the Confederates.

    Ottoman government contract Smith and Wesson .44 Henry Rimfire caliber revolver, supplied to the military in the early 1870's and were converted from .44 Russian caliber by Smith & Wesson prior to shipment to meet the terms of the 5,000-gun contract. The revolver was subsequently decorated in the period of use with nearly full coverage of vine and geometric silver damascene inlay. The only areas not covered are the barrel and cylinder flutes and the outer edging.