Colt Single Action Army​

Favorite Firearms: A Sentimental Colt Single Action Army​

My favorite firearm is a .45-cal. Colt Single Action Army that I purchased new in 1980. The old Colt exudes Western adventure, both real and imagined.

The Rifleman Report: 100 Years & Counting

As most anyone who is married knows all too well, failing to remember a significant anniversary is a mistake best avoided. In view of that, we always strive to point out important milestones as they pertain to the world of firearms—and in this issue we mark two.

Rifleman Q&A: U.S. Model Of 1928 Thompson Variants

I was reading an auction catalog, and a reference was made to an American military Thompson submachine gun. It stated it was a “1928 Colt Navy overstamp, not a Savage.” The catalog made that verbiage seem important. What’s the significance of the “overstamp,” and were there other military 1928 Thompsons besides the Navy guns?

Colt's Pythons: Then & Now

Colt's Pythons are some of the most iconic revolvers ever made, and the interest continues to build, especially given Colt's recent re-introduction of the Python revolver in 2020.

New For 2023: Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Deluxe

Uberti USA is keeping the past alive in a visually stunning way, with its 1866 Yellowboy Deluxe lever-action rifle.

New For 2023: Taurus Judge Executive Grade

Taurus USA has announced, for 2023, it will be extending its exclusive Executive Grade treatment to the popular and unique Judge revolver line.

5 Exciting New Rifles For 2023

There are dozens of new long guns out from many manufacturers this year, but these five highlight which way the wind's blowing for industry rifle development.

Handloads: A Mild-Mannered .45 Colt

Two sets of handloading data exist for the .45 Colt, due to the myriad guns chambered for the cartridge during the last 150 years. For this load, I referenced .45 Colt (Revolver) data that, “may be used in older guns as long as they are in good condition.”

New For 2023: Colt CBX

For the first time in more than a decade, Colt has a bolt-action rifle in its lineup. The Colt CBX is designed and built from the ground up to be a player in the Precision Rifle Series.

Rifleman Q&A: Colt SAA Logo Confusion

I have a Colt Single Action Army revolver dated 1902-1903 with the Serial No. 230507. It has a 4¾" barrel, approximately 70 percent bluing and is chambered in .45 Colt. My question is, when did Colt begin putting the Rampant Colt logo onto the cylinder?

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