The Colt Single Action Army revolver used by Pat Garrett to kill Billy The Kid sold at auction from Bonhams for more than $6 million dollars, in what is probably the highest price ever paid for a civilian firearm.
Though largely forgotten and scarce today, the Colt 1871-72 "Open Top" revolvers represented an evolution in design for Colt, and ultimately paved the way for the Colt to transition from the cap-and-ball era to the cartridge era of the Single Action Army.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff take to the range for a closer look at Uberti USA’s special edition "Teddy" revolver, a replica of Colt's New Model 1873 SAA.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff are checking out a sixgun from Charter Arms that utilizes a hybrid frame design built with aluminum to be lightweight and features the company’s Blacknitride+ treatment.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff are checking out an optic-ready, hybrid version of the 1911 pistol.
1719 Gunleather introduces a new all-leather holster specifically geared for single-action revolver enthusiasts, the Single Action Revolver holster.
They're affordable and fun, so it's little surprise that the Rough Rider revolver from Heritage Mfg. is one of the best-selling revolvers of 2020.