Colt Model 1851 Navy

Preview: Cimarron Firearms “Man With No Name” 1851 Navy Cartridge Conversion

The Man With No Name Conversion retains the overall profile of the M1851 blackpowder revolver, even keeping the loading lever at the bottom of the barrel, but a hinged loading gate at the rear of the frame allows shooters to fire modern factory ammunition in the form of .38 Colt or .38 Spl.

NRA Gun of the Week: Uberti USA Wild Bill 1851 Navy Conversion

On this “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman explore Uberti USA’s 1851 Navy Conversion revolver and tribute to James Butler Hickok, the gunfighter known as “Wild Bill.”

Review: Uberti 1851 Navy Conversion in .38 Spl.

Uberti USA’s “Outlaws & Lawmen” series creates the gun that "Wild Bill" Hickok might have packed, had he not been dealt the Dead Man’s Hand in Deadwood.

The Keefe Report: Welcome to the Snark Tank—I Don’t Actually Hate Colt’s

A reader questions Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe about his seemingly sarcastic commentary on outdoor television regarding Colt firearms, prompting this reply.

Cimarron Firearms and The Guns of "Spaghetti Westerns"

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.

Cimarron Comes to Hollywood

Cimarron has been the “go to” source for directors, actors and prop men looking for authentic replicas of late 19th century firearms.

Rifleman Q&A: Well-Kempt Secrets–Cleaning Blackpowder Revolvers

A reader asks for a modern way to clean a blackpowder revolver without completely disassembling it.

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