Though its first deliveries were to the South, it was also the handgun most used by Federal cavalry.
A few months back, I walked into a gun store in California that I frequented in the early 1970s. It hasn’t changed very much—same large log building with no change in floor space or show cases.
The Mustang PocketLite proves that Colt can still produce a quality little gun.
A coveted classic .380 pocket pistol is back on the market.
The most illustrious owner of this scroll-engraved Colt with serial number 1 was the larger-than-life frontiersman called "Buffalo Bill."
Revolvers once ruled the handgun world.
Colt’s Patent Firearms Mfg. is considered by many-and with good reason-to be the first name in American firearms. And change appears to be coming to Colt.