Colt revolver


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1.(Firearms) A revolver made according to a system using a patented revolving cylinder, holding six cartridges, patented by Samuel Colt, an American inventor, in 1835. With various modifications, it was for many years been the standard for the United States army.
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Finally I could endure the suspense no longer, and, arming myself with my two Colt revolvers and a carbine, I strapped two belts of cartridges about me and catching my saddle horse, started down the trail taken by Powell in the morning.
Drawn solely from the Autry's renowned collection, the exhibition provides an interesting look at one of the most popular and visible symbols of the American West and looks at the impact the Colt revolver had on the American frontier and the contemporary West.
45 Schofield cartridge could be shot in the Colt Revolver, the converse was not the case.
45 Colt revolver with X-company's 250-grain bullet doesn't mean it will also be zeroed with company Y's version of that load.
45 Colt revolver round had struck a responsive chord with Americans way back in 1873, and it was natural that when autoloaders came on line, the .
As the Bisley Vaquero is very similar in appearance to the original Colt revolver of 1894, it should prove to be very popular with cowboy action shooters.
When it comes to percussion handguns, few designs are as aesthetically appealing as that of the 1851 Navy Colt revolver.
45 Colt revolver ammo, so don't buy a bucket load of any particular bullet until you are sure it will feed.
Here's a shooting tip that is not only handy but downright necessary when firing any percussion Colt revolver.
For the novice gunsmith or tinkerer the Colt revolver is fraught with gremlins and black holes from which it's difficult to climb once committed.
38 Colt revolver exactly like the one I had pointed at his diamond-studded belt buckle.
To my eye, the adornment on the Rogers & Spencer is the more appealing, although I prefer the overall sleeker lines of the 1860 Colt revolver.