Colt Peacemaker of 1873   This .45-caliber has long been considered "the gun that won the West."   Noted for its power and reliability, it was the most popular full sized revolver of the late 1800s.  Turned out by the Colt Fire Arms Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut, it sold for $17 by mail order.  A classic single action revolver, it remains in production today.

Colt Peacemaker of 1873 This .45-caliber has long been considered "the gun that won the West." Noted for its power and reliability, it was the most popular full sized revolver of the late 1800s. Turned out by the Colt Fire Arms Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut, it sold for $17 by mail order. A classic single action revolver, it remains in production today.

Uberti’s El Patron Cowboy Mounted Shooter "sheriff"-type revolver

Uberti’s El Patron Cowboy Mounted Shooter "sheriff"-type revolver

"Cowboy Culture" | Panhandle Cattle Company, cowboy action shooting | VIE 2013 Men's Issue | Photography by Fletcher Isacks | www.panhandlecattleco.com

"Cowboy Culture" | Panhandle Cattle Company, cowboy action shooting | VIE 2013 Men's Issue | Photography by Fletcher Isacks | www.panhandlecattleco.com

women of cowboy action shooting - Google Search

women of cowboy action shooting - Google Search

Photos for the SASS Wire - Page 6 - Belle Alley

Photos for the SASS Wire - Page 6 - Belle Alley

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