Though eclipsed by other repeaters—such as the Henry and Spencer—the rifle version of Col. Colt’s percussion revolver saw field service with Yankee forces throughout America’s bloodiest conflict.
A longer barrel and grip turn this slick miniature break-top revolver into an eye-catching collectible.
North American Arms produces a unique and well-made series of miniaturized, fully functional stainless-steel rimfire revolvers.
Cimarron Firearms Co. blends the authenticity of Old West legend with popular culture to offer a complete line of guns as they were—and how they could have been.
American Rifleman’s Kelly Young takes a look at a reproduction top-break revolver from Uberti.
Though some fixed- cartridge revolvers were used during the American Civil War, it wasn’t until the U.S. Army officially adopted the now-famous Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt cal. in 1873 that the cartridge revolver came into its own in U.S. military service.