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.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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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.
Narenasagaran said the suspects, believed to be aged between 20 and 30, had fired off a .38 Colt revolver.
One was a 9mm Luger pistol and holster dating back to the Second World War and others included a 1973 Colt revolver, a Beretta, and a Gardone Vt1936-Xiv pistol.
Some of these better handguns were the early import versions of the Uberti single actions and the occasional Smith & Wesson or Colt revolver. With these fixed-sight revolvers I often used Kentucky windage to account for the different point of aim and point of impact relationships as an expedient.
Furious Hasnen Hussain held the security staff at gunpoint with a loaded Colt Revolver just moments after being thrown out of an Arcadian club.
with a 3-inch under-lugged barrel, this newest Colt revolver is gathering lots of interest on the gun-related online forums.
The cavalry flirted with the new double action Colt, adopting the .38 Long Colt revolver in 1892, which proved such a miserable failure against the Muslim Moros in the Philippines.
There has also been an increase in the use of early 20th century weapons like the US Colt revolver, World War One German Luger and Browning 9mm handgun.
Those guns were found to be a Colt revolver and a .32 calibre pocket revolver.
The house of Santiago barangay chairman Manuel Pineda contained a homemade shotgun, a homemade handgun, a .45 Colt revolver, as well as magazines and ammunition, for which Puneda would face illegal gun possession charges.
The fancy Colt revolver he offered for sale, one among about 500 guns at his booth, might be worth $4,500 in two or three years, he said, but "you put money in the bank, and you're lucky if you get a percent'' of interest.
The stolen items included a 1913 deactivated officer's Webley handgun from the First World War, a reproduction long-barrel black revolver, a reproduction bronze 18th Century revolving rifle and a silver Colt revolver.