The 1847 Colt® Walker is a weapon for the toughest soldiers and lawmen on the re-enactment frontier. – The 1847 Walker was the most powerful revolver made, until .357Mag was introduced in 1935. Inspired by Lt Col Samuel H. Walker of First Regiment, Texas Mounted Riflemen, it fired .44 caliber balls, “…cast 32 to the pound.” This gun will soon be listed on our website. Until then, please email: email@example.com -- SKU 500A
Daddy's gun. Colt Python .357. The most in depth study of handgun deaths, showed that the .357 magnum was the deadliest round. It was not responsible for the most deaths, but was the only round that on average took less than two shots to prove fatal.