Guns of the Old West
The EMF 1858 Buffalo Bill Commemorative Shoots as Good as It Looks
Taking out the EMF 1858 Buffalo Bill Commemorative—a Pietta-made Remington Model 1858 replica to commemorate Buffalo Bill—for a test out on the range.
Gun Review: Chiappa 1892 Mare’s Leg Third Version
Practical shooter or total toy? This Chiappa Mare’s Leg, based on one used in 'Wanted: Dead or Alive' promotional photos, may surprise you with its performance.
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Hidden Defenders: 5 Concealed Weapons Carried in the Old West
Concealed carry isn’t a new concept. It was a common practice in the Wild West. People back then had a wide variety of choices, just as we do today.
How the Colt Police Positive Became the Top Choice Among Cops
Starting in the early 1900s, the 4-inch-barreled Colt Police Positive became the handgun of choice for LEOs for nearly 40 years.
Guns of ‘The Son’: 16 Models Used in AMC’s New Western TV Series
From the Colt Model 1911 to the Winchester Model 1907 and beyond, AMC's western TV series 'The Son' features an impressive arsenal on the Texas border.
Civil War Revolvers: The British Wheelguns Used in America’s Fight
The Union and Confederacy both turned to Great Britain in their time of need. Here's a look at the British revolvers that played a role in the Civil War.
A Look at 2 Colt Model 1861 Revolvers Owned By Colonel Custer
A hands-on look at two Colt Model 1861 revolvers owned, and possibly used by, the ill-fated Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.
American Tactical Road Agent: A Fast-Handling Scattergun
The American Tactical Road Agent is a new mule-eared scattergun finding increasing popularity in Cowboy Action Shooting matches.
The Interesting History of Remington Revolvers From the 1850s-1870s
We look back at the history of Remington revolvers from the 1850s to the 1870s, and how the New York arms-maker was almost always chasing Colt.