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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.

It'd be sweet if they made a .223 like this, I'd so have it in the back of the patrol unit

Smith & Wesson 500 revolver with Aimpoint 9000..Damn !!!Thhat poor bastard is in my sights ...LOL

Leon would say something like this... But it would be about punching and not wanting to fall asleep. ;)

Vintage 1950's Colt 38 Gun by PocketFullOfHeirloom - Blair has one in her collection. She likes it too much to use it in the field

Colt , Model 1871–72 Open Top Frontier Revolver. Circa 1875; serial number 4974 Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY GRIP"

Colt Single Action Army Revolver - PEACEMAKER SPECIALISTS

Originally designed as a cavalry sidearm and dubbed the “Strap Pistol” by Colt, the 1873 Single Action Army revolver was named the “Peacemaker” by B. Kittredge & Co., one of Colt’s major distributors. That name stuck, and the firearm’s excellent balance, powerful metallic cartridge loadings, ruggedness and accuracy made it the perfect revolver for the frontier.