Uberti Single Action Army Revolvers
Uberti has introduced a new line of Single Action Army revolvers called the 1873 Horseman. The Horseman incorporates a modern transfer-bar safety system and a coil main spring for durability and reliability.
New for 2021: Uberti 'Teddy' Revolver
Uberti USA now offers a reproduction of a Colt Single Action Army owned by President Theodore Roosevelt.
How To Load A Single-Action Revolver
Use this sure-fire way to ensure you always lower the hammer on an empty chamber.
Single Action Self-Defense
Just because you choose to pack 140-year-old technology doesn’t mean you are unarmed. Using a single-action revolver for self-defense can provide you with plenty of fight-stopping power if you know how to use it.
Collecting Second Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolvers
Of the many revolver designs made by Colt, the Single Action Army family is one of the most famous and long-lived. Follow Rick Hacker as he delves into the specifics of collecting second generation examples of these classic wheelguns.
Ruger .44 Mag. Blackhawk Single-Action Revolver
A great revolver in an awesome caliber.
The Last Word: Colt Single Action Army
In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the April, 1929 issue: The Last Word.
What's It Worth? Colt Frontier Scout Single-Action .22 "Q" Series
Find out what this 85-percent-condition 1958 Frontier Scout, with a small crack on the stock, sold for at auction.
The Colt Single Action Army: A Look Back
Whether a rusty relic or pristine safe queen, the Single Action Army carries with it an elegance and panache few manmade objects could command.
Editors’ Picks 2019: Standard Manufacturing Single-Action Revolver
Standard Manufacturing offers everything from ARs to the double-barrel, pump-action DP-12, and now the New Britain, Conn., firm is in the revolver business.