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It’s amazing that even as I write this, cowboy guns and the Old West are still as popular as ever. It’s even more exciting that so many companies still come up with new and innovative products that tip their cowboy hat at history while still appealing to a modern audience. Here are some of the best cowboy guns that have hit the marketplace over the past year.

For more information about the cowboy guns featured in the gallery above, please visit the following sites.

Chiappa 1873 Regulator
chiappafirearms.com

Cimarron Texas Ranger Engraved Model P
cimarron-firearms.com

Pietta Confederate LeMat
pietta.us

Cimarron 1876 Centennial “Tom Horn” Rifle
cimarron-firearms.com

EMF 1878 Hartford Coach Guns
emf-company.com

EMF 1851 Captain Schaeffer
emf-company.com

Cimarron Skeletal Shoulder Stock
cimarron-firearms.com

Taylor’s & Co. Cattle Brand
taylorsfirearms.com

Navy Arms Buffalo Bill Center of the West Centennial Rifle
codygun.com

Cimarron 1876 Texas Ranger “Presidio” Short Rifle
cimarron-firearms.com

Stoeger Coach Gun
stoegerindustries.com

Traditions Single Actions
traditionsfirearms.com

Uberti 1858 Buffalo Bill Centennial
uberti-usa.com

EMF Deluxe Alchimista III
emf-company.com

Traditions 1858 Remington
traditionsfirearms.com

Winchester Model 1866 Short Rifle
winchesterguns.com

Stoeger Coach Gun Supreme
stoegerindustries.com

Turnbull Marlin 336C
turnbullrestoration.com

Navy Arms 1892 Winchester Short Rifle
navyarms.com

Taylor’s & Co. 1894 Carbine
taylorsfirearms.com

Winchester Model 1892 125th Anniversary Sporter
winchesterguns.com

Cimarron Bad Boy
cimarron-firearms.com

Cimarron General Patton Engraved Model P
cimarron-firearms.com

This article was originally published in the summer 2017 issue of “Guns of the Old West” magazine. To order a copy, please visit OutdoorGroupStore.com.

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